Functional Fine Motor Activities with Household Items - Your Therapy Source
Functional fine motor activities using household items for kids are building blocks for higher level skills such as using scissors, drawing, dressing, eating, handwriting, etc.
Research Says Up to 60% of the School Day Requires Fine Motor Skills - Your Therapy Source
Would you have guessed that up to 60% of the elementary school day requires fine motor skills? It certainly stresses the importance of fine motor skill development for school success.
Homemade Peg Board Activity Tube - Your Therapy Source
This homemade peg board activity encourages children to practice their fine motor coordination skills. Colorful and fun DIY toy.
Poke Picture Free Printable Game - Your Therapy Source
Have you ever used a poke picture to practice fine motor skills and concentration? It is a frequent activity in Montessori classrooms to work on strengthening the fingers and attention to task.
Identifying Coin Worksheets - 2 Free Printables - Your Therapy Source
These identifying coin worksheets are free to download to practice coin identification, fine motor skills and adding coins
Over 100 Handwriting Activities
Looking to improve handwriting skills in children? Need quick, easy, no-prep activities? Click here to find over 100 handwriting activities and worksheets!
Color, Cut, and Glue Complete Packet
The Color, Cut, and Glue Complete Packet digital download includes 55 simple projects to color, cut, and glue. Each page provides fine motor skill and visual perceptual skill practice.
Research on Handwriting and Why It is Still Important! - Your Therapy Source
Here is some research on handwriting for Occupational Therapists, teachers, and other professionals on why students still need traditional handwriting practice.
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Scissor Snipping Freebie - Your Therapy Source
Here is a simple little freebie to practice scissor snipping skills and a short line. You can choose to use a page with the lines or without guide lines. An adult can cut apart the three strips in the dotted lines. The child can color in the flowers, smile faces and balloons. The child can […]
DIY Screw and Unscrew the Lids Box - Your Therapy Source
Have you ever noticed how much young children like to put lids on and off of containers? Here is a simple do it yourself project to get little fingers moving and working! You can view the video for how to make it and watch it in action at http://yourtherapysource.com/videolids.html
Slide Bag Quiz - Fine Motor and Bimanual Skills - Your Therapy Source
Slide Bag Quiz Fine Motor and Bimanual Skills - print the FREE templates to create a slide bag quiz to review academic material.
Teach Your Kids To Button ! The Fun Way - COTA MOM
A BIG part of occupational therapy is gaining independence in your ADL's, which stands for Activities of Daily Living. These are activities that we...
Copy Pipecleaner Stick Figures Activity + Free Printable - Toddler at Play
This Copy Pipecleaner Stick Figures activity a great idea in so many ways! It's perfect for when you need the kids...