Category Archives: PT

Patriotic July 4th Freebies

[Source:  Your Therapy Source] Here are three FREE printables for July 4th or any patriotic day. Practice reaction time and visual skills with the Red, White and Blue Game at http://www.yourtherapysource.com/july4free.html Practice visual discrimination, visual motor and figure ground skills with this … Continue reading


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OT/PT Corner: 10 Games to Practice Crossing the Midline

[Source:  Your Therapy Source] Crossing midline is the ability to cross over an imaginary line down the center of your body from head to toes, separating the body into a left and right side.  This skill requires that the right and … Continue reading


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Peds Therapy Corner: Down Syndrome: Behavioral Problems?

All material Copyright The Down Syndrome Centre.  Reprinted with the  express permission of the The Down Syndrome Centre as originally published on their website. By: Natan Gendelman Simon, a two year old child with Down syndrome whom I was working … Continue reading


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Activity of the Week: Top 6 Kids Yoga Poses for Bedtime: A Calming Sequence

[Source:  Sing Song Yoga] Ahhhh!  Summer is here.  After long lovely days at the beach, at the ballpark, on the playground and running around the neighborhood, kids tend to remain wired when heading to bed.  Unless of course a calming … Continue reading


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Pediatric Therapy Corner: Why Free Play Is the Best Summer School

Editor’s Note:  This article was written before the pandemic, but its words are still quite resonant. [Source: The Atlantic] Most schools across the nation have marked the end of another academic year, and it’s time for summer. Time for kids … Continue reading


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