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You may find our pdf's helpful. The sensory world is huge, so enjoy finding the ideas you need to address a specific area or just relax in sensory comforts. Stacking, sorting, arranging, and discovery are all elements that work out well for building task tolerance, focus,...

Household items are fun to do therapy activities with! From folding towels, stacking items, and matching socks, it helps metal flexibility, thought organization, fine motor, visual motor, task tolerance, memory, ADL skills, and so much more. Download the PDF for Pipe Cleaner Colander...

Task boxes are wonderful for clients allowing them to see what has to be done and getting a visual of how they are progressing. This can build cognitive skills as well as fine motor and visual motor abilities. Task boxes are a wonderful addition to a...

Tong activities are endless. Whether it is plucking plants or items floating on water, eye hand coordination and strength are sure to improve. More Tong Activity Ideas: =Salad tossing =Pulling pipe cleaner from a colander =Pick out items floating on water =Picking out items to eat from trail mix spread...

Oh what fun to use bread bag twists. They are free, intriguing, and build useful skills. Have a bunch of bag twists and see how many can be fastened to  bags or even have clients place an object into each bag. If you like this activity, you...

Lunch boxes are not the only ADL item that people deal with. Try pulling things out of a wallet, purse, make up bag, pencil box, an envelope, golf bag, refrigerator, or dresser drawers. Therapists can sometimes not get to it all, so here is a...