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Here's a fun summer craft for kids that also provides fine motor and counting practice~ A Paper Plate Octopus! ~ Buggy and Buddy

Fine Motor Octopus Craft for Kids - Buggy and Buddy

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Rhythmic Timing and Motor Planning

Rhythmic Timing and Motor Planning

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Paediatric Health Care | Occupational Therapy | Visual Perception | Proprioception | Fine Motor Skills | Crossing the Midline | Upper Body Muscle Tone | Visual Motor Integration | Social Skills | Healthrise

Paediatric Health Care | Occupational Therapy | Visual Perception | Proprioception | Fine Motor Skills | Crossing the Midline | Upper Body Muscle Tone | Visual Motor Integration | Social Skills

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A list of ways to help disorganized students by Joy of Teaching!

Help for Disorganized Students

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Child pressing too hard when writing? Practice writing on tissue paper. Get five more tips to decrease pressure used when writing.

Pediatric Occupational Therapy Tips

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If your child lays their head on the desk or their non-writing arm while they are writing or drawing, they have a retained reflex called Symmetric Tonic Neck Reflex (STNR). This undermines learning and can be resolved with a program of simple movement exercises.

We help with your Learning Difficulties - Listen4Life

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Miss Awesomeness: Real-Life Dexteria-Practicing Finger Isolation with Popsicle Sticks. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at pinterest.com/... for therapy resources.

Mental Health Energy Conservation

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20 ADHD Accommodations That Work.

Top 20 ADHD Accommodations and Modifications That Work

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Attention Deficiti Disorder Strategies

Attention Deficiti Disorder Strategies

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Learn How to Stop Flapping and Other Self-Stimulatory Behaviors - Speech and Language Kids

How To Flapping And Self Stimulating Behaviors

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Brain Exercises - Crossing the Midline from Dr. Jean--these are fantastic to use in-between parts of the day and as transitions. Crossing the midline is hugely important for developing brains!

Brain Exercises - Cross the Midline

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Low Muscle Tone explained and how therapists can help kids diagnosed with it

Use this sentence as a baseline for formation of all 26 letters of the alphabet, plus sizing, spacing, and baseline orientation.

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6 activities for crossing the midline and why it's important for all kids.

five activities for crossing the midline (and why it’s important) - teach mama

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RTI OT handouts: interventions for teachers

Occupational/Physical Therapy (Home) - RtI and OT/PT

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Airplane Catch warm up activity - This activity enables the child to develop his upper body strength and receive proprioceptive input. It also gives the child an opportunity to work on maintaining eye contact.

OTPlan: Airplane Catch activity idea

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Paint with Pom Poms

Art Activities for Kids ~ Growing A Jeweled Rose

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15+ ideas for using do-a-dot printables to help kids learn: use tweezers to develop fine motor skills #DoADot #handsonlearning || Gift of Curiosity

Teach Left to Right Progression in Pre-K

Teaching Left to Right Progression - PreKinders

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fine motor skills

Rhyming pegboard literacy activity for kids

With having so many workbooks inside desks, I just swipe a fat Mr. Sketch marker along the bottom pages of the book. That way, when the books are piled inside their desks, they can see the colors! When I ask my students to take out a book, I'll say something like, "Please take out your Grammar Green book!" It really does help, and it makes transitions quicker and easier! And after a few weeks, my kiddos will be telling me which book is which!

A Cupcake for the Teacher: freebie

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great video to help understand the vestibular system

good presentation that touches on many things - desk slumpers, pencil grasp, core strength, etc. Worth the watch.

fun core strength games