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What is cool about this sheet is that you can laminate it and using a dry erase marker make dots, dashes, shapes, letters, whatever you want on your side of the grid. Then you let the client duplicate it one of two ways. They can...

Doodling is overwhelming for many clients, so here is a tool to help build skills that may lead to increased fine motor control, calming, sensory modulation, or correct letter formations. This tool is versatile so that you can slant it to meet your needs and can...

If you like this tool, you may like Letter Dot Doodle. Parents: This is fun to use the paint stampers with. Have your little ones stamp each dot from top to bottom. Then incorporate other skill development or use it as a tracking device to see...

Doing mazes is a wonderful way to slow rushed writing, encourage looking ahead, and visual memory. Sometimes this tool is not realized as being important, but mazes are. So here is a helpful handout that you can distribute or a cheat sheet to help you talk...

Turkeys are so popular in November, we wanted to give you a fun coloring activity that builds activity tolerance, visual-processing, visual motor, and academic skills. It is easy to color so kids can feel successful before they feel fatigue. Large print is helpful for visual impaired...

This is such a useful tool, we will try to add some more just like it. Critical thinking skills are so important with survival in the real world so this is a definite must for living safely. OT: You may have your clients generate a sentence...

This tool is the ink it to think it style tool. When we combine visual and auditory sensory systems it is better than just engaging one sensory system. Research proves the multi sensory approach to therapy is more effective and adding a nose to every...

"Repeat after me." If you want to do well in school, you may need to be able to repeat a phrase so this tool specifically addresses working memory abilities. Have fun with this game style tool and just a note, you may want to use dice...

Almost everybody likes something sweet, so here is a fun humorous way to get the dull tasks done. Each time they are done, you can have your client mark or color an item. This takes the dull out of therapy! OT: This tool, although geared for speech,...