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Tips to Improve Oral Tone, Sensitivities, Tongue Protrusion, a Weak Suck, & more in Children with Down Syndrome. Visit pinterest.com/... for more #oralmotor #feedingtherapy and #speechtherapy resources

Oral Sensitivities and Low Tone in Children with Down Syndrome

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Make this adorable Christmas Kids Craft out of a paper plate. Add some learning skills into it by incorporating some lacing practice while decorating your Christmas Tree. | From I Heart Crafty Things

Paper Plate Laced Christmas Tree Craft

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Lids into a Wipes Container - For kids who are fasinated with in and out!

The Adventures of Bear: Baby Activity

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Nothing But Monkey Business: Infant Activities (Ages 6 - 16 months)

DIY tugging box for baby. When they pull at one end it lengthens and shortens the ribbon at the other. Great for learning cause and effect and problem solving.

DIY tugging box for young toddlers - Laughing Kids Learn

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20 fine motor activities for babies and toddlers | BabyCentre Blog

20 fine motor activities for babies and toddlers

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Playing to Learn: Guessing Game. Fine motor skills and problem solving for infants.

Playing to Learn: Guessing Game

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Therapy Fun Zone: Ribbon Pull-activity for fine motor skills. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at pinterest.com/... for therapy resources.

Ribbon Pull for fine motor skills - Therapy Fun Zone

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Fine Motor Skills for Toddlers: Scarf in a Box. Repinned by playwithjoy.com. For more sensory activity pins visit pinterest.com/...

Fine Motor Skills for Toddlers: Scarf in a Box -

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Take two or all four legs off of a baby play table in order to make play time on the floor easier and more developmentally-appropriate for your young baby. This post has 30 OT life hacks designed to make life easier for kids and their grown ups! #OTlifehack

Baby food jar lids - DIY Fine motor skills Toys

DIY Fine motor skills Toys - Teach Me Mommy

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Fine motor skill practice--bottle caps in and out of an empty wipes box.

Easy Fine Motor Activity for Babies

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Learn with Play at Home: 8 Homemade toys for Babies

8 Homemade toys for Babies

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velcro block - do multiple shapes, maybe stuff for eyes, nose, mouth, hair on one side!

Memorizing the Moments: Velcro Block

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OT Fine Motor: Moving water using a syringe -- Repinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit  ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

Moving Water Sensory Play -

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Tips from a pediatric OT for how to roll a ball with your baby to encourage several developmental skills!

25 Ways to Practice Letters WITHOUT a pencil! - Pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit  ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

Jen's OT for Kids: 25 Ways to Practice Letters WITHOUT a pencil!

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How to make a weighted pencil - repinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit  ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

OT Cafe: How to make a weighted pencil

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Ziploc bag painting and other toddler activities @ Happy Learning Education Ideas

Super soft sensitive skin play dough recipe

TONS of parachute games - want to try: Rollerball, Merry go Round, Wave, and Washing Machine. (Para-ble would be fun with Children's Church)

Rhyme Time: Parachute Games

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Make a clay tray! Try this OT inspired activity to improve handwriting skills

Handwriting Activity – Make a Clay Tray

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Measurement and Counting #Christmas Tree Activity. Perfect craft for #preschool

Free Preschool Christmas Crafts - Bing Images

I loved doing this when I was learning how to read and write! Have the child say the individual letters as they trace them in the salt/cornmeal, and you're addressing all three learning styles: visual, auditory, and kinesthetic.