Tag Archives: Sensory Motor Skills – Sensory Integration
Thank You Barbara Sher for providing us an excerpt from her book “Early Intervention Games.” Enjoy this PDF selection complete with illustrations: Please visit Barbara Sher’s website at GamesLady.com Read an Excerpt of Early Intervention Games HERE! Read a … Continue reading →
Here is a sample activity from Your Therapy Source’s book, Motor Magic, Turn Fine Motor Skills into Gross Motor Skills. Video provided by Your Therapy Source
Fun “Sensory Motor” Fact to Share with Your Kids!- Why Do we Stick out our Tongues when we Concentrate?
[Image Credit: the Lobster Meets Peach Blog] [Source: Seth Boatright-Horowitz, Post-doc/Fellow, Neuroscience, Brown University] The tongue has one of the largest representations both in motor cortex and sensory cortex of any appendage. It’s role in basic taste/odor as well as … Continue reading →
Thank You Margaret Rice at Your Therapy Source for this great sensory motor activity.
By: Mary J Kawar, MS, OT/L In addition to our 5 basic senses, we have a special sense known as our vestibular system, which is so important that it is protected inside of bone in our inner ear. It … Continue reading →