Category Archives: OT

OT/PT Corner: December Gross Motor Planning

[Source: Pink Oatmeal] December is one of my favorite months for gross motor planning.  With the holidays upon us there are so many fun themed gross motor activities that you can try! Everything from The Gingerbread Man to Christmas themed … Continue reading


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OT Corner: I Have A Little Dreidel (An SPD Hanukkah)

  [Source:  The SPD Blogger Network] Happy Hanukkah! It’s my kids’ favorite holiday, and we’re getting ourselves ready for eight nights full of celebration. This year, Hanukkah starts at sundown on December 8th, so we’ve just barely had time to … Continue reading


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Pinterest Resources of the Week: Hanukkah and Kwanzaa Too!

Christmas-time is a wonderful time of year, but it is also a time for other celebrations as well.,  Rather than lumping all of the holidays into a mush of “Holiday” celebrations that lose the essence of each individual traditions, how … Continue reading


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Pinterest Holiday Pin of the Week: Hand Santa Falling Down the Chimney

I fell in love with this one the minute I saw it, and while it might not be the very most repinned Pinterest pin of the week it is certainly quite popular and definitely the cutest!   We f0und it from … Continue reading


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Playing Sports Can Tune The Brain to Pick Up External Sounds Better

[Source: Psych Central] New research finds that college athletes have an enhanced ability to filter out background electrical “noise” in the brain to better process external sounds. Northwestern University investigators say their findings hold for football, soccer and hockey. “No … Continue reading


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