Adapting Creatively: Easy--and Free--Playing Card Holder Kids with fine motor issues (including very young typically-developing children) can find it difficult to play the card games they love. Its just hard to hold those cards sometimes!
This is something so small and yet can be very influential. These are homemade communication-bands that can be used for children with intellectual disabilities giving them greater opportunity of control.
Quiet Boxes - for the child who no longer naps and for the mother who needs her sanity back. This is great idea even for older kids, for weekends & summer afternoons. We can all use a lil more quiet time!
Slip Lift Pants Aid from Home craft Unique and simple device that assists in applying underwear, independently. The Slip Lift enables those that have difficulty reaching to the floor, gather the underwear up to the knees. Lightweight and easy to use.
The Brown-Bag Teacher: Teacher Hack: Pool-Noodle Card Holders. I use card games with kids to teach social skills ( turn taking, loosing and winning with grace, negotiation. Sometimes kids do not have the muscle coordination to manage a hand of cards.