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These are easy to make and full of fun therapy benefits that include; visual-perception, visual motor, memory, executive functioning, and thought organization skills. This is good for clients of all ages and can be specific to their interests. NOTE: Visually attending to details is very important...

Tires! Jump in them, jump around them, roll them, walk on them, stack them, paint them, and wash them. They are cooooool! Kids dig working with them! They see car tires often and it makes them feel tough! OPTIONS: You can fill them with sand or...

Don't forget to make sure clients, young and old, can do this well because it is one of the first steps for safety. This COVID-19 friendly activity will get a 2 thumbs up. We have included a pdf with colorful pictures for clients who need them. Washing...

You can adapt this tree for upper or lower case matching skills or say a letter and it's sound and place it on the tree. ST: Place apples on the tree and then a stem on top of each letter after making it's sound. OT: Have kids...

This DIY matching activity is easy and cheap to make. I got a free shoe box from a TJMaxx store, then took a piece of paper and placed colors on it with markers and glued it to the top of the shoebox. Then I took scissors...

Counting is an important part of living. It involves cognitive and visual motor skills. This sheet makes it fun. OPTIONS: Color the shapes while you count them. Place a sticker on each shape if you come up with the correct answer. Count aloud for articulation practice. Download...

Both young and elderly clients enjoy making kabobs and they are a wonderful way to build fine motor and ADL skills. OPTIONS: You can place a variety of foods on skewer sticks such as; pineapple, cheese, meat, berries, grapes, apples, marshmallows and more. Young clients can...

Being able to copy tasks such as drawing is a very important skill. Here are some ideas. Have your client duplicate what they are shown, this can be a calendar, pattern, or placing items in a row on a skewer stick. This can help with thought...