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Reader’s Favorite Posts This Past year

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The year is coming to an end, so it is time to look back and see what was most popular during the last year.  Always popular are the pages where the posts are listed out, like the fine motor page, the clothespin games page, etc, but we won’t count those.

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Here is a list of the most popular posts of the past year, in order of popularity.

  1. Q-tip painting with templates
  2. 10 activities to do on a scooterboard
  3. practice writing without a pencil
  4. how I use road writing
  5. OT management forms
  6. Incorporating the whole body in therapy
  7. Shoe tying tips and tricks
  8. Do Occupational Therapists do handwriting
  9. Pencil obstacle course
  10. Scissor cutting snow man
  11. squishy marble maze
  12. activities to encourage fine motor skills
  13. big mouth creature to feed pom poms
  14. fine motor coordination speed
  15. letting feet stay busy
  16. shoe tying methods
  17. shoe tying printable practice shoe
  18. magnetic mr. potato head
  19. home made infinity loop
  20. ocean animal clothespin game

Many of these were written in past years, but continue to be very popular and continue to be of value and provide great activities and great information.

Have a fun New Year, and I will “see” you next year.

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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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  1. This is a great website! I’m the Intake Coordinator at The Morris Center in Gainesville, Florida and am always looking for information to share with parents. What types of activities do you like to suggest for children with Sensory Processing Disorder? That seems to be a very common question.

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