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This is an OT and ST favorite! Minimal cost and lots of fun skill-building. Any clients struggling with visual issues will benefit from the colorful cards that they have to quickly search through and process. Share your list of favorite games with the team on the...

Just wanted you to get a taste of what a page in this book looks like. There are a wide variety of tasks, but here is one to give you a sneak peek at what you might be able to do with your kids with...

Learning about life involves money. Here is an opportunity to incorporate some education and movement together. You can use money to make a trail and play some music to have clients walk and stop the music to have them stop and see what money they are...

Balls can be used for so many different activities in therapy. Here is one that can be adapted many ways. OPTIONS: You may use colored paper taped to the ground instead of cardboard. ST: Have clients call out a word from a chosen topic each time the...

These are quick and easy to make. A great additional learning tool that incorporates visual-motor, start point awareness for writing letters, visual discrimination, and other educational elements for reading and writing. Just draw the letter and then place colored squares on it. Kids can then place...

File Folders are a great way to keep a wide variety of tasks in a small space. Use a variety of colors and textures such as tin foil, sand paper, and pipe cleaner. Put the task inside, laminate it, and you are ready to go! Directions:...