OT Corner: Fun DIY Activities for Visual Perceptual Skills
[Source: Pediatric Occupational Therapy Tips]
Sponges are one of my favorite “pediatric occupational therapy” items in my therapy bag! There are so many therapeutic activities for basic kitchen sponges! Simply cut the sponges into blocks or shapes of various sizes and watch any child enjoy making creations. Take a variety of brightly colored sponges, and create a stack in a particular sequence of colors/shape and then have the child re-create the stack.
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