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New Pencil Adventures with halloween, race car letters and more

I finally completed another set of pencil adventures.  These have been partially done for ages, and I made a big push to finish them completely.  There are 7 of them, and include: The Cafeteria, Hawaiian Vacation, Ski Vacation, Halloween Haunted House, and 3 pages of race tracks that include race track letters to follow. Since […]

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Pencil Adventures

When providing Occupational Therapy to kids, I often work on fine motor skills, which includes handwriting skills. I frequently will draw paths for kids to follow with their pencils, and make animals beside the path to make it fun to try to stay on the path and not get eaten. I have made these Pencil […]

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New Pencil Obstacle Courses

The Pencil Obstacle Courses are such fun, and are what spurred me on to create the Pencil adventures.  Now there are new obstacle courses that include some hole punching and cutting with scissors.  These are created by Jennifer Dodge, who has an OT website named School-OT.com.  Here is all about these new obstacle courses in […]

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Pencil Obstacle Courses from School-OT

To work on pencil control, I created some Pencil Adventures.  When I started making the pencil adventures, I was inspired by the pencil obstacle courses that were created by another Occupational Therapist, Jennifer Dodge.  I now have her obstacle courses available here on Therapy Fun Zone, and I am so excited about it.  These ones […]

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A Bunch of Bee Themed Activities

To work on pencil control, it really is great to do activities where you are having to control your pencil.  For this I use pencil paths, pencil adventures, circles, and coloring. I really enjoyed using the flower honeycomb activity that I made for doing circles, and I wanted to have some more activities that would […]

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Games

We have created many types of games to play that work on skills such as fine motor skills, visual perceptual, and writing.  Pick a category of game below. Looking to find printable activities? You can find them in the community shop

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Year in review with my favorites

It is the end of 2012 and the beginning of 2013  Here is a list of my favorite posts from each month of the past year.   Pizza Delivery Game For Following Directions Frog clothespin animal for finger strength Swish Game For Visual Perception Roll a Shape Game Wall Marble Maze Pool Noodle Ball Run […]

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Using Little Magnets With Games for Fine Motor

I found these little magnets that are perfect for working on fine motor skills while playing games. I used the games from my clothespin games, and put them on a cookie sheet instead of the clothespin frame.  Then the magnets can be used as the game pieces. Here are posts about the games, and here […]

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2011 Year In Review, most popular posts and pages

The year is over, so in review, here is a list of the most popular pages on Therapy Fun Zone for 2011. Apraxia or Motor Planning  Pencil Obstacle Course Bilateral Integration Shop Pencil Adventures Handwriting Cutting Templates Fine Motor Skills In Hand Manipulation Pencil Grip The above list is the most popular pages that people […]

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Therapy Fun Zone Products

Pencil Adventures Pencil Adventures are a fun way for kids to practice their pencil movements and precision while following a path. – – –   Road Writing A fun way to learn to make letters and follow roads. – – – –    Clothespin Games Play games with clothespins to make it fun while strengthening […]

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Affiliates

The products that have been created by me and are exclusive to therapy fun zone are available for an affiliate program.  This means that if you use our affiliate link on your website to link to our products, you will get paid a percentage of any sale that is made.  Our products for sale in […]

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License Agreement

End User License agreement: These forms are intended to be printed out and used by one individual during therapy or doing activities with children.  They can be printed multiple times, but are only to be used by one adult/therapist. This product is Copyrighted by Tonya Cooley, OTR/L. LICENSE – The licensee is defined as the […]

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Welcome

Developing skills should be fun for both the student and the therapist.  We have to be creative and we are always thinking up new ideas to make it interesting and make our students want to keep working.  We also love to share our creativity and collaborate with each other.   Here at Therapy Fun Zone, we would […]