OT Corner: Top 10 Things OTs do with Balloons
[Source: Miss Mancy]
You know I’m always looking for fun inexpensive and light ways (I travel to schools) to use children’s favorite toys and tools to teach important skills. Balloons are one of those magical items that make every child rise to their feet and motivates them to participate!
Here are my TOP 10 Ways that I like using balloons:
- Play a version of Musical chairs by tapping balloons when music stops whoever doesn’t have a ballon sits out. Remove one balloon each time.
- Great for eye-hand coordination and team building. Children tap the ballon to each other but it can’t touch floor.
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