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A simply captivating way to learn about lines. We traced objects, drew basic shapes and then kept drawing parallel lines within the shape. This is a wonderful tool for all ages, and it is a spectacular way to engage visual attention, coordination, and increase line...

These iSPY tools are so much fun! Write in hash marks or numbers, tape this to a wall for upper body strength and tolerance, or just to have fun away from electronic devices. The whimsical drawings can make you smile and imagine and that is a...

What is cool about this sheet is that you can laminate it and using a dry erase marker make dots, dashes, shapes, letters, whatever you want on your side of the grid. Then you let the client duplicate it one of two ways. They can...

If you like this tool, you may like Letter Dot Doodle. Parents: This is fun to use the paint stampers with. Have your little ones stamp each dot from top to bottom. Then incorporate other skill development or use it as a tracking device to see...

This can be easily adapted to work on fine motor coordination or sensory defensiveness and oral musculature. SET UP: We used a piece of packing foam (free from target or TJMaxx ) and poked uncooked spaghetti into it. Then let kids stack as many as they...

These are definitely worth doing. Upper body strengthening (including digits), coordination, and visual motor skills get a workout and it is so much fun! SUPPLIES: cardboard(we used a discarded box), scissors, and a coin (penny, nickel, or quarter). Colored paper and glue is optional. DIRECTIONS: Using the...