This can be a wild bouncy ball activity. Be prepared to chase balls everywhere. You stand at one end of a table with the client at the other end. You then roll Bouncy Balls one at a time across the table, and the client has to catch them in a cup as they roll off
Use Necklaces to simulate getting a shirt over your head, and bracelets to simulate getting a sock on toes.
This is a cool blog by a family with special needs kids, and this painting activity that they did looks really fun. Go check it out. Here they painted with a squishy yo yo ball, and it looks like a lot of fun. I will be going back to that site frequently.
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
Twister is a good game to work on motor planning and gross motor skills. My nephew is autistic and he is very motivated by words and writing so we incorporated words into a game of twister to work on his motor planning skills. Put a strip of packing tape on each color on the twister