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This sheet can be used in a variety of ways. We used it in a fine motor obstacle course. Kids reached into a sensory bin filled with sand and pulled out (while blind-folded) 5 rocks and traced and colored them. Supplies: rocks, pencil or crayon Other options: OT:...

Pre-K and Kinder kids enjoy this non threatening coloring pages that also help with body awareness and strengthening. The combination of looking at the picture, coloring and imitating each simple move can help connect the dots for kids. Supporting body movement is important for personal...

Here is a simple yoga pose to add to your gym visuals. Find other poses you like and color or just print them out and put them up. There are so many to choose from and we are adding more each day to the extensive collection.   Click...

Here are some common uses for these lucky items. Clients enjoy stepping on visual points of interest but these horse shoes can be used many ways. PT: These can be a wonderful way to add to an obstacle course or provided needed interest. OT: Use for simple...

What is at a rainbow's end? What do other's say? Does it make you feel hopeful or what would you like to see at the end? Whether it is language skills, a sticker chart, or an addition to an obstacle course, this colorful page is...

Leprechauns can do many things as well as make people smile and want to do an exercise. This brightens up dull therapy walls and makes kids want to do more and get the form right! Printer friendly version allows coloring as well.   Click here to download the...

Old car tires in a therapy gym for all ages is a hit! If you have some kids wash them there will be no black hands when you jump over them, into them, around them, or drive them down a line in the gym. Be...

Whimsical and bright, this has imagination and motivation written all over it. A great additional obstacle course tool. Make dots for colored paper or sidewalk chalk and have a blast! Make it more challenging by using different colors (say they have to avoid stepping on the red...

This is wonderful not just in March! The dots help kids with counting the leaves of each clover and then you can print the next one and they can color each four-leafed clover that they discover. Made just for therapists who know what they are...

This is a dynamic task. The therapist is slowly turning the wheel in front of the client as they point out the letters in order. This is wonderful for head injury or stroke clients that have vision challenges. NOTE: Parents/caretakers, ask a therapist to show you...