I Stopped Saying “No,” “Don’t,” and “Stop,” and It Worked! A pediatric OT shares ideas for talking to kids to they can really listen.
Kindergarten Trends to Less Play, More Academics: How Does It Affect Children?
How to Get Kids to Move More: Incorporating Learning & Movement
Setting up a daily toy rotation. www.CanDoKiddo.com
Potty training is often challenging with typical kids, but can be even more challenging when there are limitations.
Fine motor skills needed for potty training and toileting.
64 Positive Things to Say to Kids - Great ideas!
Check out @ckiley's video: How to use a beach ball to sneak strengthening and sensory input into puzzle play!
Pick the best toys with these tips from occupational therapy practitioners.
Kids can't sit still all day: Ideas for alternatives and solutions from occupational therapy practitioners.
The Not So Terrible Twos: Play Activities for Toddlers’ Developmental Growth
Love this DIY sock helper #OTLifehack from @inspiredtreehou!
How to prepare a young toddler for a new baby - 25 tips for kids close in age. Perfect for those expecting 2 under 2. CanDoKiddo.com
Pediatric Occupational Therapy Tips: Make your own Adaptive Card Holder for Kids
10 fun ways to include crossing midline activities for toddlers.
Four ways to promote independence and participation by helping kids be able to dress themselves with a closet organization system.
5 Math & Movement Games to Play While You Wait | Bambini Travel
Teach kids how to write in cursive handwriting with a Cursive handwriting Journal, using creative cursive practice ideas. Tips from an Occupational Therapist.
All children need to jump, bounce and skip and hop, and it isn’t very difficult to encourage them to do so! But when kids move to music, they are getting so much more than just exercise. They are developing their gross motor skills, coordination, balance, concentration and cognitive abilities.
Browse through this collection of 40 themed play dough mats for preschool play and learning!
OT Tools for Public Schools: Make your own weighted lap pad for students with rice, zipper bags, and duct tape.
14 ways to help your child with special needs adjust to school (Chicago Parent magazine)
Help kids get used to the steps needed in morning routines with story stones that depict the preparation and ordering of tasks for back-to-school.