Fun for kids and helpful for fine motor skills, following directions, and celebrating a number such as 100 for 100 days into the school year.
SUPPLIES: Paper plate, scissors, glue, green paper, red felt.
OPTION: We used a dry erase marker on the desk to write down the steps of the task for the students. You can erase the marker drawings with Mr. Clean sponges or water easily. This can decrease task anxiety and let kids know how long the task is.
You can use gold, brown, grey, and tan paper colors for an autumn theme and add a squirrel or pine cone shape instead of a bow.
Why not share your creative therapy tools with your Brilliant Therapy Team? Together we can make us better!