Tag Archives: 6 November 2015

OT Corner: 20 Things You Never Knew About Being Left-Handed

[Source: Huffington Post] by Amanda MacMillan With just 10% of the population being left-handed, it can be easy for everyone else to forget we’re living in a right-handed world. But aside from making it tough to cut a straight line … Continue reading


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PT Corner: Incorporating Movement Into Calendar Time

[Source:  Pink Oatmeal] As a physical therapist we use numbers all the time.  We count reps all the time.  In school we will do warm-ups where we incorporate counting.  I made cards with numbers 1-30 in the past to make … Continue reading


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Study: Children’s Self-Esteem Already Established by Age Five

[Source: Medical X-Press] By age 5 children have a sense of self-esteem comparable in strength to that of adults, according to a new study by University of Washington researchers. Because self-esteem tends to remain relatively stable across one’s lifespan, the … Continue reading


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Pinterest Pin of the Week: Doily Turkey Craft

Editor’s Note:  I am loving this for following directions, scissor and folding practice, and even articulation trials with the dauber pen! [Source:  I Heart Crafty Things] Learn All About this Adorable Craft on I {heart} Crafty Things Visit our Pin on Pinterest


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SLP Corner: Choose Articulation Therapy Activities that Lead to Quick Dismissals

[Source: The Bilinguistics Blog] In our last post, we talked how making your SLP-efforts cumulative helps you be a more effective, efficient, and happier SLP. Check out the post here if you missed it. Today, we are going to talk … Continue reading


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