Paper Dot Activities

  • Polka dot paper
  • Green circle with inner circle containing words
  • Kids playing around paper circles on carpet
  • Cardboard squares and a basketball
  • Colored paper circles
  • Green fuzzballs in paper jar
  • Colorful paper dots

Using dots can be cost effective, fun and functional. Give some of these activities a try.
PT: Dots can encourage energy and make a dull therapy room more motivating for young and old clients. Check out the basketball bounce with squares picture to motivate you. Try it!
OT: Endless possibilities, from games to organizing a desk top. Visual Discrimination, communication, thought organization, visual-memory, sensory integration, and task completion supports are just a few things that dots can help with. Try placing different sized dots on the table and have client pick up only the small dots. Just another idea.
ST: Kids love to turn over dots and see what is underneath them. You will enjoy placing task specific elements on them.
Try games like, Finger Twister, Dot-Til-You-Drop, or Musical Dots.
Be inspired!

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