Using theme activities in therapy
It is easy to get into a rut doing the same activities when doing therapy for a long time. One way to break out of the rut is by doing theme activities. I struggle with getting my themes together before the holiday or season is over, but I have more fun in therapy when I have a fun theme planned for the kids.
I tend to do a similar activity with most of the kids and then modify it for the student’s needs. I also like to keep things fresh for both me and the kids. I have been going through and organizing all of my therapy supplies this year and am re-discovering things and activities that I haven’t used in years.
I have made some full theme packs which include:
- Bug theme pack
- Flower garden theme pack
- Ocean theme pack
- Ice cream pack
- Bee pollen honey pack
You can see all of the themes in the community membership site, and the theme packs are all there too.
Packs include four weeks of activities and each week has a fine motor activity, a sensory motor activity, a craft activity, and some writing ideas.
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