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Supplies: -1 white paper (8.5x11) -1 red paper (8.5x11) -1 blue paper. (8.5x11) -glue stick or bottle -scissors -optional stars; spangles, cut out stars or polk a dots, small white fuzz balls Tips for success: - Have a model to show what to expect -This activity can be used for all ages based on...

Supplies: Acrylic paint Fruit & Vegetables to clean and cut Cutting board Knife Thick paper (usually white works well) Sink and towels to clean up Optional: cookie cutters if using watermelon Fruit and Vegetables that work well for this activity are as follows: potatoes, celery, carrots, lemons, oranges, grapefruits, beets (good without paint),...

Supplies: -white paper -white paint (basic acrylic) -1 piece of blue construction paper -1 sensory spike ball (or a small bumpy ball) -scissors (to cut eyes and mouth out of the white paper) -1 black sharpie marker -1 sandwich bag (you can cut side fins out of it) Instructions: 5 steps 1. You may...

All you need is a piece of paper (any color) ands whatever supplies you have available. Draw a shape (any shape can work) in the center area of the page. Have client use available elements to decorate. Supply ideas: -crayons & markers -glue & glitter -sequins & spangles -sand -ribbon -pencil for doodling -pictures Adults...

With this activity you can check: direction following attention span visual discrimination thought organization memory This activity provides a great opportunity to use strategies to be successful. Share your strategies for clients and get Brilliant Therapy points! Download PDF for Word Shapes...