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Here is a way to combine movements and math skills which can really work for elementary school aged kids. If you like this you may like Monkey Moves (BrilliantTherapy)- it is just 1 sheet with 7 different moves that you can cut out if you are...

Dinosaur puzzles are often a favorite. So if you want to draw it fold your paper at the dotted line areas and then start with the tail to build confidence then go on to draw the eye and then the rest...

This can be adapted many different ways based on what skills you are targeting and what supplies you have. Try sifting thru spangles (available at Walmart) and find all the green ones or put feathers in your jar. It is all up to you! We have provided...

This vision exercise deals with tracking, perception, tracking saccades (an essential component for reading), teaming( binocular vision), and auditory memory. Share the tools you create with the Brilliant Therapy team and earn points! Download PDF for Vision: Word Tracker...

Therapist's as well as homeschool moms & dads enjoy doing this with the kids. It really targets mental reasoning and visual skills. Then you get to generate sentences on the topic. Science and therapy together make a great blend. Let the kids pick up everything...

This simple colorful cut & paste jar can also be used for sorting activities. Turn it seasonal, by collecting fall items and placing them in the jar. If you like this, check out some of our ebook classics for cutting and coloring. Download PDF for Color, Cut, &...

Color,Cut, & Paste activities are a fun way to work on skills such as; bilateral asymmetrical integration of the UE's, visual processing, grasping school tools, visual motor, fine motor coordination, following directions, and many other skills. Any client that has had a TBI that affected motor...