Where has this game been all my life. Actually, I played this game as a kid, and I have played it as therapy in the past, but I just re-discovered it as a therapy activity. It is a perfect game for in hand manipulation skills or for fine motor in general. You could also work
I really want to pronounce this game Bloke-us, but I think that it is pronounced Block-us. Anyway, to the game. I bet everyone else has heard of and played this game before, so what rock have I been hiding under. This game is awesome for O.T. I got the “to go” version at Target ,
Any square piece of paper can be made into a Cootie Catcher. Fold two corners together and crease firmly. unfold. Then fold the other two corners together and crease again. Fold each corner point into the center. flip it over and fold all four of these corners into the center. Under the inside flaps, you
Today we did cootie catchers. I spent some time making a template. I will upload that with pictures and directions tomorrow.
I often as a basic skills task have my students draw flowers, color them and then cut them out. It is a task that I can have most of my kids in therapy do and then modify it for difficulty and change things if I want to work on one specific thing. Sometimes it can