I have to admit, I did not know you could make your own play dough until this past year. I know, I know, really bad Occupational Therapy Assistant. I decided to have a try at it this week making my own Pumpkin Pie Scented Play Dough recipe for my 1 year old’s sensory play yesterday. […]
Children learn by doing. Encouraging independence, really does take one activity at a time. Here are some hands-on activities to get you started!
I had made homemade finger paint a while back with my friend Sarah and her kids over vacation this summer. Since it is super easy to make, I decided to make a fall inspired version using cinnamon to add the sense of smell to this sensory activity. It turned out to be lots of fun […]
I am really excited about this week! I am participating in the Autumn Inspiration Week part of Inspired Bloggers Network. I will be posting this week about fall and autumn inspired fine motor and sensory activities for kids! Today’s post is a fun one; a fall cutout paper plate wreath. Directions and Printables for Fall […]
There are many ways to commemorate each school year as it comes along. A lot of people take pictures, hold signs with ages and grades, or have fun activities for their kids to do. Today I am sharing with you a Back to School activity book that you can download right here on my blog! […]
There are always great fine motor activities out there for kids, but it is always fun to do a special twist on them for a holiday or special event. Today I have a round up of Valentine’s Day activities for kids for fine motor skill practice. 10 Valentine’s Day Activities to Improve Fine Motor Skills […]
For a special Christmas activity at work I had one of my behavior/special needs classrooms make some handmade cinnamon Christmas ornaments. I always enjoy doing something special during Christmas that is fun, but still working on some great skills that the kids are working towards. For this classroom, many of the kids had behavior issues […]