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Let’s Write On the Door

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The sliding glass door that is. With washable markers please. I will not be held responsible for the permanent marker on your walls.

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Writing on a vertical surface is great practice because it puts the wrist into extension and strengthens the arm muscles. It is hard to work on using just your fingers though when using a vertical surface, so you won’t be focusing on that dynamic tripod grasp.

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You can usually find a good surface to write on (just protect the rest of the wall) such as a sliding glass door, bathroom mirror, bathroom tiles (so maybe you’re only allowed to color with markers in the shower), chalkboard, whiteboard, and of course, an art easel. You can tape a piece of paper up, or just draw on the glass because washable markers will wash right off.

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Now get out there and start drawing on the glass doors.

If you want. Or not, your call.

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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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