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A really good explanation for low tone. Made me feel like I was experiencing it myself.

What Does Low Tone Mean?

Brain Boot Camp: Brain Exercises to Balance Right and Left Hemispheres from Brain Balance Achievement Centers

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Great Rainbow activity to strengthen core muscles and work on fine motor skills at the same time!!!! Love IT!!!!!

Scooter board Rainbow Game « Miss Mancy's Blog

Puffy Paint Letters on a Cookie Sheet - Kids love to feel these. (Kinesthetic Learning) Great reference that will get used over and over.

Playing and Learning with Your 23 Month Old

funnels and tubes with water beads. i like the idea of having something to do with them...other than just love them!

Fit Kids Clubhouse: Clubhouse Plumbing

Alphabet Coloring Pages | Mr Printables...could make into a class book.

Alphabet Coloring Pages - Mr Printables

Filter those thoughts. Say it or keep it in my head.

Behavioral Interventions--For Kids!: Where.Is.My.Mind

Conversation Essential Sign Language See our amazing American Sign Language Fonts at www.teacherspayte...

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Child Development-teaching kids how to dress themselves. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources

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Quick reference for common shoulder pathologies and how to treat in therapy.

Shoulder flashcards | Quizlet

Infant Development Milestones

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Over 200 sensory bin ideas for preschoolers.

Over 200 Sensory Bins For Tactile Fun - Kids Activities Blog

Sensory Activity of the Week: Homemade Kinetic Sand - pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit for all our pediatric therapy pins

Sensory Activity of the Week: Homemade Kinetic Sand

Fine Motor and Focus - Four easy to set-up and fun activities to practice fine motor skills using LEGO bricks from Fun at Home with Kids

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Therapeutic Benefit: This is a good tool to strengthen muscles of the hand and also a great activity when teaching cutting skills because the hole puncher mimics the open/close motion of scissors. Teach cutting complex figures by hole punching along the shape and cut through the holes. Punch out holes from different colored construction paper and use the “confetti” to create a picture or write your name. -Repinned by

Top 10 OT Fine Motor Tools Under 1$ « Miss Mancy's Blog

Buttoning Practice.... Cut out the collar, button and button hole panel from an old shirt. Place thecollar around the neck.

Button, Zipper & Snap strips

This page has tons of fine motor activities! It's an occupational therapy site, but there are lots of fun ideas for any kid. Autism helper

Therapy Fun Zone

Love this website! These ideas can be modified and/or used with a variety of students with speech/language impairments.

Homework and Independent Work for Non-Readers | The Autism Helper

Awesome website for manual therapy for all muscles!!

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Between 4-6 months old, the child can now hold objects better, even holding their own bottle for feeding. At this stage, children are more interested in grabbing items and following objects around with their eyes. . They also keep their hands open most of the time. They also recognize their parents and lifts arms to them for holding.

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Visual Motor Bingo. Helps with visual motor, visual perceptual and fine motor skills.

Visual Motor Bingo

Number chants to help kids learn to form numbers correctly.

smallnumbers.pdf - Google Drive

Top 15 Fine Motor Toys and Resources - The Imagination Tree

Fine motor skills sticker activity that kids love and can be modified for any theme you can think of! #christmas #holiday

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