Tag Archives: OT

Worth Repeating: Teaching Children Patience with Summer Activities

Editor’s Note:  This article is directed at parents, but these activities would be excellent for therapy in a lesson on patience! [Source:  Stress Free Kids] Did you ever wish your children had more patience? Do you remember the days when … Continue reading

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Pediatric Therapy Corner: Attention Behaviors {Other Strategies & Common Mistakes}

by Sasha Long, BCBA, M.A. Attention behaviors tend to be the most annoying, for me anyways. Whining, fighting, talking back, swearing, and yelling out can all be attention seeking behaviors. This past week we have gone in-depth on some key strategies … Continue reading

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Pinterest Pin of the Week: Color Drop

Saw this on Pinterest!  A picture is worth a thousand words, but please visit ThePleasantestThing.com for more details about this activity, and to see hundreds of other great posts on this super blog that we will definitely start watching! Visit … Continue reading

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PediaStaff Hits 75,000 followers on Pinterest

Wow.  We are so very humbled to report that with your help, PediaStaff has reached 75,000 followers on Pinterest in just under two years. Please check out our boards there to see literally thousands of therapy ideas, articles, and links … Continue reading

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Come Fly with Me! – Paper Airplanes for OT

[Source:  Your Kids OT] Paper planes appeal to kids (and adults) of all ages.  It may be something you did as a child with a grownup helping you to perfect a great flyer. You may not have stopped to think … Continue reading

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