Tons of different ways to work on Occupational Therapy treatment goals using free materials.

31 Days of Occupational Therapy with Free Materials

Tons of different ways to work on Occupational Therapy treatment goals using free materials. Tap the link to check out fidgets and sensory toys!

Occupational Therapy treatment tips and tools for pediatrics and school-based therapy using mostly free or inexpensive materials and items you can find around the home.  Great resource and many ideas here!

31 Days of Occupational Therapy with Free Materials

Play Doh Connect Four is a fun activity that was created by Marie Logan, an Occupational Therapist with UAB Pediatric Neuromotor Clinic.  This activity is a great way to combine the benefits of using play doh, and the fun of playing connect four while working on hand, wrist, and forearm skills.  In order to play you need to have two different colors of play doh and a vertical surface to stick the play doh onto. To start playing the game, you  {Read More}

Play Doh Connect Four

Play Doh Connect Four is a fun activity that was created by Marie Logan, an Occupational Therapist with UAB Pediatric Neuromotor Clinic. This activity is a great way to combine the benefits of using

Toys and tools for working on in-hand manipulation skills in kids, perfect for handwriting, pencil use, buttoning, scissor use, zippering, and more from an Occupational Therapist.

In-hand Manipulation for Functional Tasks and a Letter Activity

Toys and tools for working on in-hand manipulation skills in kids perfect for handwriting pencil use buttoning scissor use zippering and more from an Occupational Therapist.

Easy Activity for Following Directions: Therapy on a Shoestring BudgetDirections: Therapy on a Shoestring Budget

The University of Tennessee Health Science Center Masters of Occupational Therapy students recently completed a number of awesome media p.

http://chasinghazel.com/2014/10/hand-strenthening-ot-down-syndrome.html 2 Occupational Therapy Activities that promote muscle development in the hands. I do them with my daughter who has Down syndrome.

Hand Strengthening - OT & Down Syndrome

http://chasinghazel.com/2014/10/hand-strenthening-ot-down-syndrome.html 2 Occupational Therapy Activities that promote muscle development in the hands. I do them with my daughter who has Down syndrome.

This classic occupational therapy activity has tons of benefits that help the brain! See how to use an Infinity Loop!

Occupational Therapy: Infinity Loop

The infinity loop aims to address vestibular issues in children. Children are asked to balance as they walk along the taped infinity line.

Over 80 amazing proprioceptive activities that provide powerful and lasting proprioceptive input. These simple ideas can be used quickly to calm, focus, alert. #sensoryprocessing #sensoryissues #sensoryprocessingdisorder #parentingtips

Powerful Proprioceptive Activities that Calm, Focus, & Alert

Over 80 amazing proprioceptive activities that provide powerful and lasting proprioceptive input. These simple ideas can be used quickly to calm, focus, alert. Tap the link to check out fidgets and sensory toys!

How to make theraputty for occupational therapy to improve fine motor skills and hand strength.

Theraputty

Use before writing to help strengthen hand muscles and boost fine motor abilities. Can hide buttons/beans/other little things in the putty for students to find and dig out.

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