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Friday Share: Twisted Puzzles, adapted crayon, torn paper owl, and using cotton balls

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Twist (literally) on Puzzles Part #2


from Your Therapy Source – www.YourTherapySource.com by Your Therapy Source Inc


Your Therapy Source posted an activity that came from an idea on Pinterest about changing up puzzles.  Basically, using any picture or text that you would like, you can create a twisting puzzle.  Go visit them to see how to do it.

How to make an adapted crayon


from Notes from a Pediatric Occupational Therapist by Abby

adapted crayon

Abby showed how she adapted a crayon for a student with a poor grasp.  Go check it out.

Making a Torn Paper Owl – ‘Whooo’ Can Benefit

from Starfish Therapies by Starfish Therapies

Starfish Therapies posted about making an owl out of torn paper.  Go check out the post.

10 Fun Ways to Use Cotton Balls

from Embrace Your Chaos by dmoore

Embrace You Chaos posted about the ways to work on fine motor skills and 10 ways to use cotton balls.  A cotton ball is a great household item that can be used in many ways to entertain kids, while also working those little muscles in the hand, providing great sensory input, and challenging their creativity and motor planning skills.  Go check out the full post.

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Tonya is a pediatric Occupational Therapist, and loves creating things to work on skills and solve problems.

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