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
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/.
HANDWRITING DEVELOPMENT: SIZING, SPACING, ALIGNMENT, AND MORE
Handwriting is COMPLICATED and one of the most common reasons for occupational therapy referrals in the primary school setting is messy handwriting. Often, kids don’t have exposure to or have never mastered the fundamental prewriting skills they need to move on to later developing handwriting skills like sizing, formation and construction, alignment, and spacing. #functionalskillsforkids