Easy Tennis Ball Activities For Vestibular Sensory Play
Tennis Ball Movement Activities Easy Gross Motor Vestibular Sensory Processing Activities! Create these quick and easy tennis ball games for vestibular sensory processing! Great ideas for sensory seekers and all active kids! We love simple games. These vestibular sensory games can be played indoors or outdoors. Make sure to check out our jumping lines game and our gross motor sensory games for more active play and vestibular sensory input. Materials needed Tennis Balls Bucket (to hold all…
Gross Motor Skills and Handwriting - Your Therapy Source
GROSS MOTOR SKILLS AND HANDWRITING The gross motor skills involved in handwriting mainly refer to the postural control that is required for writing. Efficient control of the larger muscle groups in the neck, shoulder and trunk is necessary to maintain stability in order for the fingers and hands to move to complete the handwriting task. …
10 Tips and Tricks for a Great Pencil Grip - Liz's Early Learning Spot
Great ideas for encouraging excellent pencil grip plus videos of pencil grip songs you can use and a free song poster!
FREE Pre-Handwriting Practice Pages
Print these FREE Pre-Handwriting Practice Pages to help your preschool, kindergarten, or special needs student with handwriting readiness skills.
Preschool Worksheets / FREE Printable Worksheets
Free Printable Preschool Worksheets Letter Tracing Worksheets Number Tracing Worksheets Shape Tracing Worksheets Picture Tracing Worksheets Line Tracing Worksheets Pre Writing Worksheets Spiral Tracing Worksheet Cut and Paste Letters Cut and Paste Numbers Cut and Paste Shapes...
Clothes Pin Words
A while back,I whipped up a little game for my kids to practice making words. I used a photo of them playing on the floor with it in this post over here, and several people have commented on it and asked about it. The cards are actually name tags from this site. I printed them out, glued them to cardstock, and wrote in the name of the drawing on each tag. I laminated them so that my two year old wouldn't destroy them in the first 3.2 seconds. Then I wrote the letters on some clothes pins…
Fine motor and maths activity. Children have to do the sum, or, for younger children, count the dots, and then match the key up to the correct padlock to open it. This activity not only improves their maths, but also strengthens the muscles in their hands and fingers, which is important for improving writing skills.
Car Ride Activities Set 1
In order to prepare for a long car ride with two young children I made as many simple activities as I could think of to pull out in the car....
Spelling With Nuts & Bolts - No Time For Flash Cards
Have fun with spelling and build a word! This nuts and bolts activity works on your child's fine motor development while practicing spelling too!
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21 Silly Putty & Therapy Putty Activities
Great ideas for using silly putty or therapy putty with children to develop a variety of skill building and sensory needs.