Playapy LLC

Playapy LLC

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Playapy's BEGINNER HANDWRITINT PACKAGE *Two award-winning workbooks *Dry-erase whiteboard, marker, and eraser *Story-telling paper *24-pak of WikiStix *Fuzzy Tangle Jr. *Two Crossover Pencil Grips

Playapy is a child development resource. Services include occupational therapy, educational workshops, and online classes.

ARRAZZLES by Funnybone Toys  This fun constructional toy is create for improving the use of two hands particularly for pre-school and early elementary children.

ARRAZZLES by Funnybone Toys This fun constructional toy is create for improving the use of two hands particularly for pre-school and early elementary children.

One of our best selling products.  The Crossover Grip by The Pencil Grip is recommended for proper pencil grasp keeping the fingers properly placed for efficient use of muscles and decreased stress on joints.

The Pencil Grip Crossover Grip Ergonomic Writing Aid for Righties and Lefties, 6 Count Metallic Colors

Our award-winning beginner handwriting workbook combo!

Playapy is a child development resource. Services include occupational therapy, educational workshops, and online classes. Products include the PALS Handwriting Program.

Our workbooks published in 2013 won the Book of the Year Award for Creative Child Magazine.  The combo is designed to be used in sequential order starting with the Treasure CHEST and then Heads, Tummies, & Tails.

Our workbooks published in 2013 won the Book of the Year Award for Creative Child Magazine. The combo is designed to be used in sequential order starting with the Treasure CHEST and then Heads, Tummies, & Tails.

Hi, I'm Amy Baez, founder of Playapy.com and the author or our award-winning handwriting workbooks.  I blog about child development from the perspective of a pediatric occupational therapist with a special concentration on handwriting skills.  Our slogan is Smart Play Made Simple.  Have a playful day!

Hi, I'm Amy Baez, founder of Playapy.com and the author or our award-winning handwriting workbooks. I blog about child development from the perspective of a pediatric occupational therapist with a special concentration on handwriting skills. Our slogan is Smart Play Made Simple. Have a playful day!

This simple worksheet is great for practicing coloring and cutting skills for pre-schoolers.

Playapy is a child development resource. Services include occupational therapy, educational workshops, and online classes.

Children typically form circular shapes first.  A closed circle is commonly formed by three years of age. It's important to encourage a counter-clockwise motion.

Children typically form circular shapes first. A closed circle is commonly formed by three years of age. It's important to encourage a counter-clockwise motion.

Children start to draw a simple cross shape after 3 years old.  Typically circular shapes are created first.  Diagonal lines may not be copied well until after 4-years-old.

Children start to draw a simple cross shape after 3 years old. Typically circular shapes are created first. Diagonal lines may not be copied well until after

Shapes Order of Development: Shapes,  should be introduced in a specific order when learning to draw them.  This is determined by the ease of formation based on the development of pre-printing skills.  It is important to note that the direction of how shapes are formed help to shape (pun intended) future writing and reading skills.  Shapes are formed in a top to bottom and left to right direction.

Shapes Order of Development: Shapes, should be introduced in a specific order when learning to draw them. This is determined by the ease of formation based on the development of pre-printing skills. It is important to note that the direction of how shapes are formed help to shape (pun intended) future writing and reading skills. Shapes are formed in a top to bottom and left to right direction.

Shape It Sand (formerly Moon Sand) acts and feels like wet beach sand but it never dries out. It is gluten-free, dust-free and allergen-free. Can be sanitized, simply pick out foreign debris, spread it out, mist with sanitzer, and allow to air dry.   Therapist Note: Great for building fine motor skills, creative exploration, and sensory play.  www.playapy.com

Shape It Sand (formerly Moon Sand) acts and feels like wet beach sand but it never dries out. It is gluten-free, dust-free and allergen-free. Can be sanitized, simply pick out foreign debris, spread it out, mist with sanitzer, and allow to air dry. Therapist Note: Great for building fine motor skills, creative exploration, and sensory play. www.playapy.com

Playapy's TREASURE C.H.E.S.T.: A Smart Guide to Printing Lowercase Letters   * Created by a Pediatric Occupational Therapist  * 64-page workbook including coloring pages and activity sheets   * Letters are practiced in formation groups called Clocks, Hats, Hooks, Ears, Slides, & Trees   * Additional pages for children with small print

Playapy is a child development resource. Services include occupational therapy, educational workshops, and online classes. Products include the PALS Handwriting Program.