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This is one of the first tools that we ever came up with for kids. They write their name on the line and then the therapist gets to choose how many items they want the child to copy from the assortment above. Kids get to...

You may want to use an additional sheet of paper to cover the other steps that you are not working on and slide it down as you go. This way kids do not get overwhelmed. This activity can help build rapport with some kids and slow...

This is a hit with kids every year. If they do not like to write, try this one. They will start writing the alphabet and not want to stop. Supplies: pencil, scissors, glue, white pencil/crayon, 1 dark piece of colored paper (black, navy,...

This is a wonderful way to introduce intentional drawing. Line awareness, visual motor integration, and confidence building are some of the benefits of this task. If client is still afraid, try copying the x's and o's that are seen on the border. Creative therapists are all around...

Use these 3 different animals to practice tracing skills along with visual motor and asymmetrical bilateral upper extremity skills. Fun and almost whimsical, these pages can help learning happen. Help us reach more caregivers, teachers, therapists, and parents by asking them to join our team to...

If numbers are difficult and a goal, this sheet can help. We hope the boarder gives a bit of interest without distraction. Pick a color and trace it with your finger. Download PDF for Practice Numbers 1-10...

Kids like the little brain man because it looks like they feel when doing this number sheet. See how they gage number sizes as well as numerical order. Download PDF for What Number is Missing...

Speech: Have kids articulate a letter/word and if you or another student can hear the letter pronounced then they get to write it into a ring until all the rings are used up with letters. These sheets also work well with obstacle courses. We have included...