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Winter wonderlands are fun to celebrate. This visual motor task can build coordination, thought organization, impulse control, bilateral integration, visual and auditory processing, and speech skills. It all depends on how you choose to use it. SUPPLIES: colored construction paper, white paint, scissors, glue, and a...

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...

Inner thigh ROM is often neglected in kids. They don't have to climb up a wagon or ride a horse to get anywhere, thus, their legs are weaker and often not conditioned with limited range of motion (ROM). Doing this can also be good for...

This activity has a Fine Motor and Sensory Focus. Kids learn about putting parts together to create a picture, turning cotton balls over in their hands, dipping cotton balls into paint, cutting and pasting. SUPPLIES: Glue, colored paper (blue, green), scissors, paint with something like a plastic...