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     This “Feed the Bear” Fine Motor Activity is a fun way for any child to work on their fine motor skills! The opening at the ..read more
Yes, teaching a child to button can be a fun experience! You might be wondering...how? First of all, don’t try to teach this skill when ..read more
A child with tactile defensiveness is overly sensitive to touch and other tactile input such as finger paint, sand, water, and certain ..read more
Visual scanning is the ability to use the eyes to search for letters, numbers, symbols, information, etc. from side to side and top to ..read more
Here is a fun DIY "therapy on a shoestring budget" activity that provides an awesome way to work on the development of fine motor skills ..read more
     Kids love this fun fine motor tong activity! The great thing about this activity is that it helps develop those fine motor skills ..read more
 Sometimes learning to button can be frustrating and boring, especially if you ask a child to practice over and over again on their own ..read more
When you move your eyes to look for items or information around you, this is called visual scanning. Visual scanning is important for ..read more
How many times have you worked on coloring within the lines with a child only to look at the child and he is coloring away and his eyes ..read more
Children who have challenges with handwriting are often encouraged to “practice, practice, practice,” but sometimes ..read more

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