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Ruler tasks can be a struggle initially. They really target asymmetrical bilateral integration, and visual motor skills, along with digit strengthening, visual spacial awareness and organization. SUPPLIES: Ruler, paper, pencil, and patience. OPTION: If you do not have a ruler, you may be able to use a...

We got the worms from the Dollar Store and placed them inside a empty water bottle. The worms move in and out of the water bottle with just the right amount of tugging. This is a clinic favorite! You can time a client or have...

Multi sensory activities are better activities for young and old. SUPPLIES = Bubble wrap, paint, colored pencils DIRECTIONS: With this activity, you place a small amount of paint in a pie tin and then take a piece of bubble wrap (these are free if you check with...

Tongs are a wonderful way to increase interest, hand strength, proprioceptive feedback, and work on visual-motor skills. OPTIONS: Try having clients pick up, toast from a toaster, finger foods such as trail mix, pipe cleaner that is stuck in a colander, squishy toys, or fuzz balls...

Believe it or not, this can have relaxing therapy benefits for our elderly population. DIRECTIONS: Fold/roll bag into a long 1 inch by 1+ feet long shape. Next, wrap the long bag strip around 2 fingers stabilizing with your thumb.  Finally tuck the end into the...