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Name Soup

Letter Soup!!! Great Idea for letter learning!

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Pencil Control Worksheets (You can make at home)

By the Sugar Aunts: Handwriting exercise, Pencil control, Line Awareness, Spatial Awareness, and more. These activities are perfect for preschoolers, new writers, and school-aged children.

Dyspraxia

Dyspraxia

Dyspraxia

Superhero Alphabet Flashcards. Awesome!

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What Does Low Tone Mean?

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Free PDF file includes an exercise card for each letter of the alphabet and much more! Wow!

Low Muscle Tone explained. The best article I've ever read on low tone. I'm forwarding it to everyone Claire interacts with each day to explain why simple tasks are so hard for her.

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How to Calm Down an Autistic Person

How To Calm a Person with Autism or SPD. Often, children with these conditions can have meltdowns, shutdowns, or breakdowns if they get upset or overwhelmed. Repinned by Apraxia Kids Learning. Come join us on Facebook at Apraxia Kids Learning Activities and Support- Parent Led Group.

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Wonderful ways to correct pencil grip when teaching primaries... also, links to great finger exercises .

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How to Help Low Muscle Tone in Infants

Exercises for Babies with Low Muscle Tone

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CORE STRENGTHENING EXERCISES FOR KIDS

core strengthening exercises for kids from inspired Tree House

Why we don't "W" sit! Rotational Deformities in Children -- nice, parent-friendly article

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Having a Ball with Core Muscle Strength

Exercises with Ball for Hypotonia (really for toddlers but can do some with babies)