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Reinforcer Kit - to provide a selection of products that many children diagnosed with autism would not only want to play with but would be willing to "work for" during their one-on-one intervention. Contains: A Spinning Light Up Meteor Storm (battery operated), a Flashing Spinning Top, Wooden Slide Whistle, Magic Mic (an Echo Microphone), Plastic Rainbow Magic Spring, Squishy Spagehetti Ball and Bubbles.

Token Boards and Reinforcers - Reinforcer Kit


ideas for adapting board games for therapy

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making letters with play dough - wildflower ramblings #reggio #playdough

making letters with play dough - Wildflower Ramblings


Sticker Train Craft for Kids @ Play Trains! play-trains.com/ Perfect to go along with Freight Train by Donald Crews

Sticker Train Craft for Kids - Play Trains!


Good Alphabet Activity! Small alphabet puzzle from Dollar Tree, letters buried in rice (or maybe water beads for sensory fun?), then have child find and place in correct spot--- trace letters with finger for extra learning!

Little Hands, Big Work: Letter Search


I love everything about this !! Great fine motor and self help skills.

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Postural Stability and Cerebral Palsy. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources pinterest.com/....

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Favorite Spoons for Feeding Therapy. Love that these are all made in the USA and designed by therapists. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources pinterest.com/....

Favorite Spoons for Feeding Therapy


Kinesiotaping for the UE

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3 ingredient recipe ( all pantry items) for gluten-free cloud dough. #sensoryactivitiesforkids #clouddough

Homemade Cloud dough recipe : Gluten free cloud dough


You know you're an Occupational Therapist when you analyze children at the park based on the way they play in the sandbox.

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How to learn 100 basic words in sign language. This is actually an amazing site, very simple to learn.

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Executive Functioning

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Mancala :: great age-appropriate fine motor play for older kids, turn-taking, social skills, counting and spatial orientation skills. My grandmother was the champ!

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Simon Says Art...this is such an exciting idea! I can't wait to try it! ("Simon Says draw a blue circle...") Cool to see what different pictures they end up with!

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Feelings Pick-Up-Sticks is played by assigning a feeling to each color. Each time a stick is removed you share an experience you've had with that feeling.

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OT Corner: Teens with Autism and Driving a Car- Pinned by PediaStaff. - Please Visit ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

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Blind Spell Spell by Touch - great for OT and ST (multisensory) - Re-pinned by PediaStaff – Please Visit ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

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Games that help develop motor planning skills. Also a good pediatric OT blog.

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Bottle and lid matching activity - great idea for an OT activity! definitely targets fine motor skills, visual motor, and cognitive skills! - Re-pinned by PediaStaff – Please Visit ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

What do you do all day?: Bottle & Lid matching


Pediatric Occupational Therapy Tips: Fun Motor Planning and Auditory Processing Activities. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at pinterest.com/... for therapy resources.

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Easter Fine Motor Activity with Tongs - Craftulate

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letter toss game - working on balance, visual motor control and letter recognition. Can also do on outside on the ground with chalk and have the kid jump to letters (they might spell a word, just recognize a letter, or combine chalked words to create a phrase). Could do this on a trampoline!

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Donkey offers this tape as a road, 33 meters long and 5 cm wide and can recreate a car track for your children in any place, and at the end, just off the ground. It costs about € 11.95 and it's an ideal gift for your children to play on any floor.

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This simple to make activity is perfect for little builders and fix-its! Using tools is so full of learning and wonderful for toddlers and preschoolers development!

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