Sensory issues can have a big impact on kids’ behaviors. Provide the students with sensory stimulation, it’ll lead to increased work production, on task behavior, and improved focus.
With students who have ADD/ADHD or is on the autism spectrum. Incorporate sensory tools when students exhibit signs of sensitivity to stimulus like sounds, tone / noise, textures, foods, temperature, too much activity in the class and other things in the environment.
Depending on the issues - here are a variety of tools you can use:
Tight fitting vests, headphones for music or to block out sound/noise, dimmer lighting, rubber pencil grips, fidget toys, air seat pads, sitting on a yoga ball, chewing gum and using exercising bands.