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Make returning to the classroom a smooth transition... With the conclusion of winter break, children with sensory processing challenges may have a more difficult time re-acclimating. 🤯 Be proactive with these tips to prevent sensory overload. Have your children and clients readjusted to the classroom setting again yet?
Peg in the Egg™ was born out of a need to provide children with an easy-to-follow fine motor development program! With children headed back to school, it's a perfect addition to the classroom. 📚 Each Peg in the Egg™ consists of a Peg, Theraputty, and a container with a label for the child to write their name on. 🥚
A few minutes of movement can do wonders! 👏 Need some fun ideas for brain breaks? Pick a few from this list: • Playing Simon Says • Playing Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes • Doing yoga • Doing push-ups on the floor or wall • Coloring • Do a quick scavenger hunt • Playing in a sensory bin
There are so many components to handwriting and letter memory is one of them. You need to be able to visualize the letters in your head in order to write independently. Here are some tips. #occupationaltherapy #OTtricks #ottools #OTR #cota #missjaimeot #occupationaltherapyactivities #finemotorskills #visualmotorskills
With only about a month or so left of school, everyone (the teachers, therapy team, AND kids) is starting to feel tired! 💤 We loved @inspiredtreehouse's blog post about different fun ideas that can help everyone beat the end-of-the-year blues! Which one is your favorite? 😊