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Here is a sample activity from Your Therapy Source’s book, Motor Magic, Turn Fine Motor Skills into Gross Motor Skills. Video provided by Your Therapy Source
[Source: Growing a Jeweled Rose] This cranberry sensory activity was easy to set up and kept Jewel and Rosie engaged for quite a while. They found so many ways to play and explore. All you need for this activity is … Continue reading →
Fun “Sensory Motor” Fact to Share with Your Kids!- Why Do we Stick out our Tongues when we Concentrate?
[Image Credit: the Lobster Meets Peach Blog] [Source: Seth Boatright-Horowitz, Post-doc/Fellow, Neuroscience, Brown University] The tongue has one of the largest representations both in motor cortex and sensory cortex of any appendage. It’s role in basic taste/odor as well as … Continue reading →
Not sure who we have to thank for showing us this blog/website, but its a good one. Teaching Learners with Multiple Special Needs is a very useful site specifically for teachers of children with severe, profound and complex special needs. … Continue reading →
Editor’s Note: This is great fine motor and can also work nicely for speech trials! [Source: No Time for Flash Cards] This craft is fast to set up and fun. It can be easily modified depending of the supplies you … Continue reading →