10 Ways to Keep a Toddler Busy (and develop fine motor skills), without Buying New Toys- love every single one of these
No Sew Superhero Capes (FREE Template) - Jolly Mom
Beanbag Stomp & Catch - oooooo, so good for therapy! make with board sandpaper, and PVC pipe - work on visual motor (hand eye) and gross motor coordination
Infographic - Primitive Motor Reflexes & Their Impact on a Child's Function - Copyright ToolsToGrowOT.com
Pull a lightweight scarf out of a holey ball...totally have both of these.
use stacking cups to work on gross motor skills, not just fine motor skills
Sticky Blocks: Velcro on wooden blocks makes playing with blocks a new, fun experience, plus great for fine motor strengthening (No Twiddle Twaddle)
Transform ordinary wooden blocks into snap blocks with a drill and some special hardware!
W-sitting...GAH! Great info about why W-sitting is bad, so we can explain it to parents and help little ones get out of the pattern of W-sitting.
This mom's thoughts on doing yoga with your kids makes so much sense. I love that she is going to do this--and I think I might, too.