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An occupational therapist explains what types of pencil grasp are expected at what ages, from 1-5 years old. #finemotor #education #childdevelopment

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from Tools To Grow

Primitive Motor Reflexes & Their Impact on a Child's Function

Infographic - Primitive Motor Reflexes & Their Impact on a Child's Function - Copyright ToolsToGrowOT.com

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From a very nice article: Making Sense of Sensory Processing by Dr. Jamie Chavez, pediatric OT.

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Clever Occupational Therapy trick to help kids practice putting on and taking off socks all by themselves! #OTtips #OThack #childdevelopment

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from The Inspired Treehouse

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY: BEST APPS FOR KIDS

You know how much we rave about whole body movement through free play but, we also understand that there is definitely the time and place for a device. Here are some of the the best apps for kids that we use to promote fine motor and visual motor skills and more! Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources pinterest.com/sostherapy/.

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from And Next Comes L

40+ Things to Put in a Calm Down Kit for Kids {Free Printable}

40+ things to put in a calm down bin or calm down box for kids with free printable list from And Next Comes L

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from sugaraunts.com

Occupational Therapy

Sensory integration treatment ideas and tips for Occupational Therapists, parents, and educators for students in classrooms, at home, and in outpatient treatment clinics. This is a great resource for children with Autism, SPD, and sensory integration needs or deficits.

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The Pocket Occupational Therapist: Pediatric OT 101 ~ 9 Tips For New Graduates

Erasing letters with a Q-tip is a simple-to-set-up activity that works on letter recognition, the proper strokes for writing letters, and fine motor skills needed for writing. I love how this activity can be adapted to help kids with any letters of the alphabet they need assistance with. || Gift of Curiosity

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from Therapy Fun Zone

Play Doh Connect Four

Play Doh Connect Four is a fun activity that was created by Marie Logan, an Occupational Therapist with UAB Pediatric Neuromotor Clinic.  This activity is a great way to combine the benefits of using play doh, and the fun of playing connect four while working on hand, wrist, and forearm skills.  In order to play you need to have two different colors of play doh and a vertical surface to stick the play doh onto. To start playing the game, you {Read More}

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