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Learning to draw is another way to improve line awareness, cognitive skills, and visual-motor and visual-perceptual skills. Click here to download the PDF...

A fun way to work on visual perception, visual motor, and other cognitive skills is to complete this drawing. We have included several variations that can be helpful depending on your setting or client skill levels. Click here to download the PDF...

Speech therapist enjoy this one. They like to laminate it and then have each kid place their dot of play dough on an item and describe it or generate a sentence using the item that they placed the play doh dot on. OT's like the fine...

For the little dinosaur lovers, this is a must! Depending on what skills you want to address, we have put them here for you. Have fun building skills. IDEAS: Cut around T-Rex, color & paste on background paper, complete him. You can even color him while...

Animals are fun and everyone has their favorites! Here is a fun Hippopotamus to color and cut out. Have you drawn some fun therapy tools? Do you want to get more involved and earn points? BrilliantTherapy gives you the opportunity. Because Together We Are Better!   Click here...

You have to draw between lines to then engage in completing a maze. This also supports writing skills and visual-motor development. Animals all need to eat and that is what people do as well so the pictures are easily relatable to your smallest clients. Options: You...

Simple fine motor coordination along with cognition can be a wonderful combination. If you have some cool tools you have developed share them with us. We can help you sell your tools or place them on your Brilliant Therapy site and give you points so that...