I’m a married spud, I’m a married spud. Sorry, quote from Toy Story. Mr. Potato Head has many levels of therapy. It helps a child learn body parts. Visual Perception and motor control are worked on when trying to get the pieces into the holes. Strength in hands and arms are worked on when pulling his
in hand manipulation skills
Money money money money. MONEY. Sorry, got distracted by a song in my head. You don’t have to be limited by access to a piggy bank. Money is great for in-hand manipulation, and you can just reach into your pocket and use the coins that you have. I carry around a little bank with fake
Good in-hand manipulation skills can be an indicator of how good handwriting will be.
Where has this game been all my life. Actually, I played this game as a kid, and I have played it as therapy in the past, but I just re-discovered it as a therapy activity. It is a perfect game for in hand manipulation skills or for fine motor in general. You could also work