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DIY Portable LEGO Kit with 24 Free Printable Activity Cards

DIY Portable LEGO Kit with Free Printable Activity Cards. A great idea for those times where you have to wait (Doctor's office, restaurant) or when you are traveling (great in the car or on a plane)! Great for visual motor integration practice. From Fun at Home with Kids

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Sensory Play Must-Try: Rainbow Scented Glitter Slime

A wonderful at-home multi-sensory activity (the more kids use their senses in play, the better they become at using them to explore their world).

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FREE Printable to Help Keep Kids Healthy & Active

Simon Says Active Kids FREE printable activity for healthy kids

Fun Kid Activity: Lines of Colored Tape | hands on : as we grow.... visual tracking as well as motor planning, midline skills and if you are blowing, some proprioception and vestibular!

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What is Diversity? {Egg Activity for Martin Luther King Jr. Day}

What a great lesson!

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5 senses Activity Preschool Learning About Senses Science

Learning About 5 Senses Activity Discovery Table from Little Bins for Little Hands

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Deep Pressure and Heavy Activities for School Age Children

Deep Pressure and Heavy Activities for School Age Children- Tools for Early Identification and Intervention for 0- to 5-year-olds Sensory Modulation Training- These are wonderful for providing children with the input they crave including deep proprioception and joint compression-wonderful for providing children with the input they crave including deep proprioception and joint compression. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at

What I used for an OT activity today. Letter stickers on bubble wrap.... Incorporated fine motor, sensory, motor planning, letter recognition, and visual scanning strategies!

Thank you to Anne Zachry of the Pediatric Occupational Therapist for this fantastic idea! As a therapist, I frequently work with children on bilateral upper extremity skills. It’s important for a child to learn to stabilize an object or container while performing an activity with the opposite hand. This is a simple, inexpensive activity that addresses bilateral skills and visual perception. When the child is required to copy a pattern, this addresses design copy and color ...

Great activity for visual tracking, convergence, praxis, attention to task, breath support, emotional regulation, etc.