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Pediatric Therapy Corner: What? Why? and How? to Use Rubrics for School Based Therapy

by Margaret Rice, Your Therapy Source What are rubrics? Rubrics are an excellent tool for school based therapists to utilize throughout the school year for ongoing assessment of a student’s skills.  A rubric is a scoring guide to judge performance … Continue reading


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Speech Freebie of the Week: St. Patrick’s Day: Capture the Gold Game

[Source:  Speech 2 U via Speechie Freebies] I wrote about my valentine day blow dart game on my blog last month.  My clients had such a good time with this activity, that I made up a FREEBIE version for St. … Continue reading


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Language Activity of the Week: Duplo Rhyming Game

[Source;  No Time for Flash Cards] This Duplo rhyming game is fantastic because you can make a bunch or just a few and it gives you another way to use these awesome blocks even if your kids insist they are too … Continue reading


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OT Resource of the Week: Fun, Free, Pencil Grip Video

Thank you, Ingrid King for sending us this complimentary video off of her new “Songs and Games for Fantastic Fingers” product. Fantastic Fingers, is a fine motor school readiness resource that OTs, parents and teachers can use with children ages 4-6 … Continue reading


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Toilet Training & Autism: Ideas for OT Practitioners Infographic

This s a great resource that AOTA just put on their website! [Source:  AOTA] The feature article in the February 9 issue of OT Practice is about toilet training for children with autism. What is your role as an occupational … Continue reading


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