My 3 year old son (diagnosed with SPD), has been randomly pushing kids out of the blue at pre-school. From what the teachers have told us, he does it during circle time and times when the kids are standing next to each other around a table during an activity. She did not complain, but said she was going to try and give him more space during such activities. She said he wasn't doing it out of malice, and he promptly gives the other child a hug and says sorry (when asked to).
He attends OT twice a week - but I think we are to blame, we don't do too much at home. I'm going to speak to the therapist to develop a home based sensory diet, but I was wondering if any of you had similar experiences, and if you have suggestions that have worked for your child. He also tenses his arms and legs a lot, and does it when he's excited or hyperfocussing on an object.
Thank you so much for reading thus far.