Tag Archives: OT

Practice Scissor Skills for Spring

[Source: Your Therapy Source] Grab some scissors, print out this free 3 page packet in black and white and practice scissor skills during Spring time.  This scissor skills packet includes a butterfly, ice cream cone and a snail.  Children can … Continue reading

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Don’t Jiggle the Spiders!! Obstacle Course Fun for Kids

[Source: Childhood 101] This simple obstacle course has been a source of so many laughs with both of my girls since we set it up under our backyard patio. The idea is to travel through the web inspired series of … Continue reading

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PT Corner: Teaching Children to Jump

[Source:  Dinosaur Physical Therapy] Jumping is a motor milestone that requires strength, balance, coordination, body awareness and motor planning. When practicing jumping we want to be sure to expose our children to different environments around them, with feet bare the child … Continue reading

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Pediatric Tx Corner: How To Teach Frustration Tolerance

[Source:  PBS Parents via School Psyched By Katie Hurley, LCSW A mother of a six-year-old boy called me in tears. After yet another meltdown in his classroom, the teacher requested a meeting with the parents. The mother assured me that … Continue reading

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Seasonal Activity of the Week: Green Eggs & Ham!

Editor’s Note!  Please enjoy this oldie but goody that we originally posted five years ago! The Easter stuff is already out, so it should be easy to find plenty of green plastic eggs for this adorable activity. We shared this … Continue reading

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