Free Sensory Diet Sample Template PDF

This sensory diet template will help you get started. If you’re not sure where to begin when creating a sensory diet for your child, we’ve got you covered!

I’ve been there. It can be an overwhelming task to try and figure out what activities to include in a sensory diet or when to include them in your daily schedule. I hope that this process can be a little bit easier for you with my help.

Free Sensory Diet PDF

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Free Sensory Diet Template

In this download, you will receive a one-page PDF with the template seen above. If you need assistance in filling out the document, see our post on how to make a sensory diet.

Simply print it out and fill in the specific events where you think the child can benefit from a sensory activity/tool. Make an inventory of the activities you believe to be beneficial for the child.

Then, put together a schedule of when each activity will be done throughout the day. And that’s it! You’re on your way to creating a sensory diet that will help the child feel more regulated and better able to cope with the demands of daily life.

Here’s my best advice when creating a sensory diet:

1. Start slow and gradually add in new activities as the child becomes more comfortable with the concept
2. Be creative and have fun with it! There are no hard and fast rules when it comes to a sensory diet, so feel free to get creative and tailor the activities to the child’s individual needs and interests
3. Involve the whole family! A sensory diet can be a great way to bond with the child and help everyone in the family learn more about how to support the child’s needs
4. Make sure to involve an occupational therapist or another licensed professional in the creation of the child’s sensory diet to ensure that it is safe and appropriate for their individual needs

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How to Make a Sensory Diet
Self Regulating Activities
Sensory Seekers vs Sensory Avoiders