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  • Paulette Reeson

    Love That Max: Special Needs Blog : Great sites for therapy ideas for kids with special needs

  • Jessica Logue

    Eyedropper Painting for Pincer Grasp Practice! I let Kiran do this with food coloring and she loved it! It was also quite good for fine motor skills.

  • Carol-Ann's OT Activity File

    Eyedropper Painting for Pincer Grasp Practice! Materials: paint, eye dropper, media to paint on. I think this would work great on coffee filters. Also would cool to cut out squares of white cloth bound with masking tape on the edges so the paintings are easy to hang or frame. Better yet, what about RIT dye and T-shirts (put cardboard between front and back)??

  • Junior Scholars

    Eye drop painting #juniorscholars

  • Amanda Rich

    Eye dropper painting for fine motor

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