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Simple line following

I have some kids that are just at the beginning stages of following lines with a pencil, and have been attempting to follow the pencil paths in the bee honeycomb activity, but the paths are a little too small for an early beginner. I modified…
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Using adapted paper

When working with students in school, my job as an Occupational Therapist is to help kids to participate in class. We work on writing, improving fine motor skills, hand coordination, visual motor skills, and all of the other skills that are…
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Pencil Grip for Hand and Joint Weakness

It is always frustrating when I see kids that have such weak hands and fingers that they hyper-extend, and none of the usual tools and methods help. I want to help them to be able to participate. If they weren't having to work so hard at keeping…
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Writing Lines Cookie Decorating

Getting back to basics today with coloring, cutting, gluing and writing. Decorating cookies is a fun activity but I can't carry cookies around with me, so I made some cookies to decorate on paper. I made some cookies that you can color and practice…
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Save the Dinosaurs fine motor game

When I see kids for therapy, I like to make it a fun and motivating time to work on underlying skills and practice class skills (such as writing) in an interesting way. If we make it fun and interesting, then the kids are more likely to participate…
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Button turkey to practice buttoning

It is time to get dressed and those buttons aren't going to button themselves. It's hard you say? How about we practice buttoning on something that is fun. I created this little button turkey with feathers that you can button on. He has six…