It’s spring, and for many that means time to clean! Cleaning doesn’t need to be an adults-only task; there can be many benefits to getting your child involved, too! So grab an extra set of supplies, and learn more about how cleaning can help their development. Cleaning helps your child to: Practice gross motor skills … Read more
This is a great eating activity to work on pincer and/or tripod grasp during a meal or snack. The stick does not fit entirely through the hole which helps the child to work on motor control and modulation of force.
This is a fabulous illustration of how a basic play activity can provide so much input and skill development related to Occupational Therapy goals.
This is a fun outside activity that incorporates breath control, visual motor integration and sensory input. Summer is coming!