Search and Find Fine Motor

Everyone has those days where you just need to pull an activity out of your bag that is simple and requires no extra preparation. I have quite a few of those types of activities lurking at the bottom of my bag, and a favorite is the alphabet search. It combines visual scanning, fine motor skill, and hand strength all in one simple task. I use alphabet beads and pom poms scattered together on the table to create a visually distracting {Read More}

Current Monthly Specials

Spring is here and bugs and spring go together so well. This month we have the munchy ball bug quest game on sale as well as some bug clothespin games. Go check out what is on sale now.  The community is where I will share my digital downloads and members get discounts on my created products. Therapy Fun Store is a full functioning store with lots of therapy products available.If you have any difficulty, let me know at [email protected] so {Read More}

New Scissor Skills Book

Are you looking for some ideas and information to help children learn to cut? Do you struggle with helping your child use scissors? This is a wonderful new book written by a group of therapists that goes over all of the skills areas that are used when cutting with scissors. Written by a team of 10 pediatric physical and occupational therapists with years of experience in the field, The Scissor Skills Book is the ultimate resource for tips, strategies, suggestions, {Read More}

Scissor Cutting Shapes: Pizza

When working on cutting skills, it is fun to create something out of what you cut. This week I had some of my students make some pizza. I made a template for the shapes needed to make the pizza, and they traced the shapes, cut them out and glued them on to their paper. I printed one sheet in color that I made as an example for them to follow. Once they had all of the toppings to their pizza {Read More}

Fine Motor Pet Feeding

Animals are great fun for kids and can make it motivating to work on skills. I don’t have any real animals to work with, so I made some pet store animals for the kids to feed, use clothespins, and practice some writing. The activity is simple and cute. First you roll the dice to determine which animal you will be feeding (each animal is assigned a number on the board). Then it is time to feed your animal. You can {Read More}