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seperating colours excellent fine motor control activity by greta

seperating colours excellent fine motor control activity by greta

simple and engaging fine motor activity using buttons and pattern lines

simple and engaging fine motor activity using buttons and pattern lines

Cutting Invitation for Toddlers & Preschoolers with hidden learning & skill building opportunities! Practice Scissor Skills with TP Roll Haircuts! http://www.acraftyliving.com

Cutting Invitation for Toddlers & Preschoolers with hidden learning & skill building opportunities! Practice Scissor Skills with TP Roll Haircuts! http://www.acraftyliving.com

Cutting Busy Box for Toddlers & Preschoolers! Developing important Scissor…

Cutting Busy Box for Toddlers & Preschoolers! Developing important Scissor…

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Kleuren sorteren

Mirror Therapy for Individuals with hemiplegia after CVA or Stoke. The individuals moves their unaffected hand but they SEE both hands moving! This causes activity in the motor areas of the affected side of the brain.

Mirror Therapy for Individuals with hemiplegia after CVA or Stoke. The individuals moves their unaffected hand but they SEE both hands moving! This causes activity in the motor areas of the affected side of the brain.

35 of the best Occupational Therapy tips for helping kids develop their scissor skills! #OTtips #finemotor #functionalskillsforkids

35 of the best Occupational Therapy tips for helping kids develop their scissor skills! #OTtips #finemotor #functionalskillsforkids

The perfect aid for kids with fidgety feet

The perfect aid for kids with fidgety feet

For any therapist seeking to specialize in feeding, the best piece of advice I could give you is to become a sponge. Take courses and workshops, read as many articles as you can, talk to and learn…

For any therapist seeking to specialize in feeding, the best piece of advice I could give you is to become a sponge. Take courses and workshops, read as many articles as you can, talk to and learn…