These cardboard bricks are a large motor building toy that creates fun during other activities by incorporating the building and knocking down element. The best part about these bricks is that they are so much fun to knock down. When building with these bricks, a young child has to use both hands because the bricks
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I really love the activities that they come up with at the adaptions 4 kidz blog. Here is another one. It is for a vertical puzzle board. Basically, you put flannel over a piece of foam core, and small pieces of velcro on the back of puzzle pieces. That way you can put the puzzle
Toss Across is a tic tac toe game that is played by throwing bean bags at the squares which turns them over to reveal X’s and O’s. You throw the bean bags, and if they hit the square on one side an X would be turned over, but if you hit it on the other side,
Have you wondered if the Bumbo seat is useful enough to bother getting? I can’t tell you specifically if it is worth it to you, but I can tell you how I have used it in therapy. What it does: It is a little bucket seat that holds a baby’s bottom in a very stable position.
I have talked about using a scooterboard for activities, and often suggest just using a skateboard if you can’t get a scooterboard. Here is a family that has done that. Check out the full post about using a skateboard.