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Simple gross motor exercises for teachers to use in the classroom. Incorporate vestibular stimulation and bilateral coordination skills to help your kids learn!
Find out why core stability and core strength are important for kids - and how to help your child.
An OT Month article - weighing up occupational therapy versus doing "therapy activities" at home.
The 4 Essential Bases for fine motor development that every parent and teacher should know!
These activities will help your child to isolate finger movements - a key step to mastering many fine motor activities, as well as playing musical instruments and typing on a keyboard.
All activities should take place under close adult supervision. Some activities use small items which may cause choking.
The activities suggested on this website are NOT a substitute for Occupational Therapy intervention. Please read my disclaimer before you use any of the activities.
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