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NH Family Voices Lending Library

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Sensory Integration

New Hampshire Family Voices


(603) 271-4525 or toll free in NH
1-800-852-3345 Ext. 4525

09/08
YVerdick, Elizabeth
New Hampshire Family Voices has the following books
GERMS ARE NOT FOR SHARING
in the lending library.
Free Spirit Publishing, 2006
Children’s books are marked with a Y.
A great story about germs and how to avoid sharing them.
Books are sent through the mail with return postage.
Designed to be read aloud in childcare, daycare, preschool or at
home. (ages 4-7)

YKranowitz, Carol Stock


YBerger, Melvin
THE GOODENOUGHS GET IN SYNC
GERMS MAKE ME SICK! (REVISED EDITION)
Sensory Resources, 2004
Harper Collins Publishers, 1995
Written for children ages 8-12, this book tells the charming tale
Germs are all around and can sometimes make people sick. This
of how five family members and the family dog, each with
story also talks about how our bodies fight them off, and
different sensory processing issues, get in sync after a tough day.
provides tips to stay well. (ages 5-9)

YLande, Aubrey MS, OTR & Wiz, Bob and Friends
Y McGuire, Leslie
SONGAMES FOR SENSORY INTEGRATION
BRUSH YOUR TEETH PLEASE
Sensory Resources, 2002
Joshua Morris Publishing, Intervisual Books, 1993
25 songs and games on 2 CD set. Includes an 80 page booklet of
A delightful, colorful pop-up book demonstrating proper oral
ideas. Lots of fun activities to promote growth and inclusion.
hygiene.
Perfect for ages 3-8. (87 minutes)
Y Civardi, Ann
YRenke, Laurie
GOING TO THE DENTIST
I LIKE BIRTHDAYS… IT’S THE PARTIES I’M NOT SURE
Usborne Publishing, 2000
ABOUT!
Delightful introduction to dealing with a new experience. This
Sensory Resources, 2005
will help children understand what it’s like to visit the dentist.
A simply told story of how overwhelming birthday parties can be
for a child with sensory integration issues—from the crowd, to
Y Rice, Judith Anne
the noise, to the “too sweet” cake frosting. Nicely ends by saying
THOSE ICKY STICKY SMELLY CAVITY-CAUSING BUT…
that another less hectic play date would be great.
INVISIBLE GERMS
Veenendall, Jennifer Redleaf Press, 1997
ARNIE AND HIS SCHOOL TOOLS: SIMPLE SENSORY This book will help your child get a strong start on good tooth
SOLUTIONS THAT BUILD SUCCESS brushing habits. They will delight in the imaginative
Autism Asperger Publishing Company, 2008 illustrations of the germs that cause cavities and thrilled at
Arnie has a hard time sitting still and not fidgeting, until he learns to how simply they can brush them away. (Bilingual) Ages 5-8.
use his “school tools.” Arnie talks about learning to use his tools,
which help him to manage at school, and at home to do his homework.
VIDEOS Koomar, J. PhD & Szklut S. MS
MAKING SENSE OF SENSORY INTEGRATION
THE OUT-OF-SYNC CHILD VIDEO PRESENTATION - Bell Curve Records, 1998
Sensory Resources, 2001 An audio tape that introduces Sensory Integration Dysfunction
The author of the Out of Sync Child discusses sensory integration & covers many aspects. Tape is 75 minutes long. Includes booklet.
before a live, interactive audience. (2 videos -total 85 minutes)
Kranowitz, Carol Stock, MA
Reisman, Judy PhD, OTR THE OUT-OF-SYNC CHILD RECOGNIZING AND COPING
SENSORY PROCESSING FOR PARENTS—FROM ROOTS TO WITH SENSORY INTEGRATION DYSFUNCTION
WINGS Skylight Press, 1998
Fourth Canyon Productions This book gives actual scenarios of the different responses and
Describes sensory integration and its impact on daily activities. issues around Sensory Integration as well as very practical
Includes interviews with families in their homes regarding approaches that can be used by both parents and professionals.
adaptations they have made for sensory issues.
Kranowitz, Carol
Some additional materials you may find useful: THE OUT-OF-SYNC CHILD HAS FUN: ACTIVITIES FOR
KIDS WITH SENSORY INTEGRATION DYSFUNCTION
YO’Brien-Palmer, Michelle Berkeley Publishing Group (Pedigree Book), 2003
SENSE-ABILITIES: A FUN WAY TO EXPLORE THE SENSES Over 100 fun, safe sensory, motor activities to help counteract
Chicago Review Press, 1998 sensory integration dysfunction. Also includes a glossary,
Fun, sensory exploration activities for children ages 4-8. recommended play materials and resource listing.

Y Ziefert, Harriet Arnwine, Bonnie
YOU CAN’T TASTE A PICKLE WITH YOUR EAR STARTING SENSORY INTEGRATION THERAPY
Blue Apple Books, 2002 Sensory Resources, 2005
This simple story provides a description of the five senses in a Full of fun, easy to do activities that will help all kids to get “in sync”.
colorful, humorous way. Ages 4-7 Recipes for fun that use regular household items help to address
tactile issues, visual, fine & gross motor, hearing & smell sensitivity.
Y Cole, Joanna
YOU CAN’T SMELL A FLOWER WITH YOUR EAR
Lande, Aibrey MS, OTR; & Wiz, Bob and friends
Grosset & Dunlap, 1994
SONGGAMES FOR SENSORY INTEGRATION
Simple, sometimes funny explanations of the five senses. For
Sensory Resources, 2002
children in grades 1-3.
25 songs/games on 2 CD’s with 80 page booklet of
ideas. Lots of fun activities to promote growth and
Y Rice, Judith
inclusion. Perfect for ages 3-8.
THOSE MEAN NASTY DIRTY DOWN RIGHT
DISGUSTING BUT.. INVISIBLE GERMS
Redleaf Press, 1989
A little girl, who accumulates germs on her hands during her
busy day, defeats them by washing her hands before meals.
Anderson, Elizabeth & Emmons, Pauline
Ayres, Jean A., PhD UNLOCKING THE MYSTERIES OF SENSORY DYSFUNCTION
SENSORY INTEGRATION AND THE CHILD Future Horizons, 1996
Western Psychological Services, 1979, 2000 Written by parents of children with sensory integration dysfunction.
Dr. Ayres originated the theory of Sensory This book is designed to provide parents and professionals with the
Integration. While some of the language has information needed to develop and implement successful interven-
changed since this was printed in 1979, this book tions.
gives an excellent explanation of Sensory Integration Dysfunction.
Includes a section of commonly asked questions. Szklut, Stacy, & Kranowitz, Carol
TEACHERS ASK ABOUT SENSORY INTEGRATION
Trott, Maryann Colby, MA with Laurel, Marci K. MA, CCC-SLP Sensory Resources, 2005
SENSEABILITIES:UNDERSTANDING SENSORY Two CD set features a discussion of sensory integration dysfunction
INTEGRATION and how it impacts children’s learning & behavior at home and at
Therapy Skill Builders, 1993 school. Practical advice on how to help children thrive, work with par-
This book introduces and explains some of the difficulties children ents, understand behaviors, and adapt the classroom.
with sensory difficulties face and examines specific problems and
techniques for remediation. The therapeutic techniques are fun, Kashman, Nancy & Mora, Janet
nurturing and straight forward. THE SENSORY CONNECTION: AN OT AND SLP TEAM
APPROACH
Smith, Karen A. PhD & Gouze, Karen R. Phd Sensory Resources, 2005 (Revised Edition)
THE SENSORY SENSITIVE CHILD: PRACTICAL SOLUTIONS This is a wonderful guide, in a nice format. Full of information about
FOR OUT OF BOUNDS BEHAVIOR sensory processing difficulties, behaviors, assessment of the child
Harper Collins, 2004 and the environment as well as intervention strategies covered. Lots
Written by two child psychologists who are parents of children with of practical tips.
sensory integration problems, this book cover basic
information, evaluation, treatment options, strategies for handling Godwin Emmons, Polly & McKendry Anderson, Liz
challenges at home and at school. UNDERSTANDING SENSORY DYSFUNCTION: LEARNING, DE-
VELOPMENT AND SENSORY DYSFUNCTION IN AUTISM SPEC-
Kranowitz, Carol S. TRUM DISORDERS, ADHD, LEARNING DISABILITIES AND
PRESCHOOL SENSE BIPOLAR DISORDERS
Sensory Resources, 2005 Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2005
A tool that occupational therapists can use with teachers who work Written by parents who are also educators. Wonderful, clear expla-
with preschoolers with sensory processing disorders. Easy to use nation of typical development, and how it can be impacted when a
charts and checklists. Examples of typical and atypical responses to child has a sensory dysfunction. Great tips for both school and home,
every day stimuli help to identify emerging issues. for parents, teachers and caregivers.

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