In-hand Manipulation for Functional Tasks and a Letter Activity - The OT Toolbox
Toys and tools for working on in-hand manipulation skills in kids, perfect for handwriting, pencil use, buttoning, scissor use, zippering, and more from an Occupational Therapist.
Tong and Tweezer Assortment of 3 for Children, Perfect for Fine Motor
This listing is for a lot of 3 tongs and tweezers for children. This assortment is perfect for building fine motor skills. Use with other activities or sensory bins. I have other sets also. 1. Learning Resources Gator Tweezers 2. Jumbo Tweezers - Tongs are 6" long and 2.5" wide and perfect for little hands! These are large- 7" long for little hands. 3. Plastic Tweezers. COLORS WILL VARY PER KIT
DIY Fine Motor Activity for Finger Isolation
DIY Fine motor activity for finger isolationOne of my favorite ways to practice finger isolation is with the DIY below. It’s simple yet effective, and has been in my OT bag for years: . Source a cute container. This particular one was perched on a shelf at JoAnn’s Fabric. The Dollar Store is also a great place to look. Technically any container with a flexible lid will work, but character-themed ones tend to be more appealing and motivating for kids. With this one, for instance, we can say
This is a great fine motor and visual motor activity and incorporating the use of putty makes it even better! Use silly putty or theraputty to increase the challenge to make the kiddos fingers even stronger! This page has other activity ideas as well but this is one I'm strongly recommending!
Uppercase Little Letters Clip Cards, Dry erase, alphabet, flash cards, laminated, trace, busy bags, formations, key ring, learn to write
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Over 50 IDEAS for MULTISENSORY HANDWRITING ! prek12345
Multisensory handwriting is a tool commonly used as an approach for handwriting for children who are just learning letter formation, children with learning disabilities and children who have difficulty with handwriting or children learning cursive. This includes 1 page for introducing to parents (page 4), 5 pages (pages 5 – 9) of strategies including tips and directions with SOME of the explanations, to clarify. There is 1 page (page 10) that is the chart of all the ideas.