Category Archives: OT

Sensory Processing and Pretend Play

[Source: American Journal of OT via Your Therapy Source] The American Journal of Occupational Therapy published research on sensory processing and pretend play in 42 typically developing children ages 5-7 years old.  Each child was assessed with the Child Initiated Pretend Play Assessment … Continue reading


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How Quickly Can Children Learn Routes?

[Source: Science Daily] Wayfinding is the ability to learn and recall a route through an environment. Theories of wayfinding suggest that for adult and children to learn a route successfully, they must have repeated experience of it. Researchers from the … Continue reading


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Free Winter Snowflakes Printable and Great Ways to Use It!

[Source: No Time for Flashcards] For years I rarely used a single printable for preschool, but that was back when I had no kids of my own ( aka extra time), had a very high classroom budget, and didn’t really … Continue reading


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Pediatric Therapy Corner: Embracing Social Emotional Learning

[Education Week via Reading Rockets] by Peter DeWitt An increasing number of school districts are incorporating social-emotional learning into or alongside instruction, thanks to a growing awareness of its importance for students. But within school communities, there are still families, … Continue reading


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Color Cut Glue Scissor Practice for Winter

[Source: Your Therapy Source] We are back again with a new color, cut and glue project.  This time it is for Winter!  Download the Color Cut Glue Scissor Practice for Winter.  The black and white printable activity pages encourage children to … Continue reading


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