In-Sync Activity Cards {Review}

In-Sync Activity Cards {Review} -

Disclosure: I received a free set of In-Sync Activity Cards: 50 Simple, New Activities to Help Children Develop, Learn, and Grow! from Sensory World in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. This post contains affiliate links. Thank you for supporting my site!

In-Sync Activity Cards by Joye Newman, MA, and Carol Kranowitz, MA

I was interested in In-Sync Activity Cards: 50 Simple, New Activities to Help Children, Develop, Learn and Grow! by Joye Newman, MA, and Carol Kranowitz, MA, as a tool to help me quickly find activities that would meet the sensory needs of my daughter. I wasn’t disappointed.

The set of 5o cards is a wealth of activities for a child with sensory issues, and there’s so much more than activity ideas included! The cards are divided into Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced levels.

Clap Your Feet - In-Sync Activity Card (Beginner) -

The front of a Beginner card from the In-Sync Activity Cards

The front of each card tells you what supplies are needed and what to do, and on the back of each card are suggestions to make the activity more challenging, the skills your child is developing, and what to look for to see that your child is performing the task properly.

Additional information - In-Sync Activity Cards (Beginner) -

The back of a Beginner card from the In-Sync Activity Cards

The activities use items you have around the house, so you don’t have to buy anything special to do them, and they address a wide variety of sensory needs.

Intermediate and Advanced In-Sync Activity Cards -

Intermediate and Advanced cards from the In-Sync Activity Cards

The In-Sync Activity Cards are an easy way to work sensory integration activities into your child’s day. The cards are sturdy and laminated, so they should last through many play sessions.

You can get the In-Sync Activity Cards from ( And you can use the code JJANES for a discount!)

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