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Thank You Note

Thank You Note

Fine Motor Skill is the coordination of small muscles, in movements —usually involving the synchronization of hands and fingers — with the eyes. The complex levels of manual dexterity that humans exhibit can be attributed to and demonstrated in tasks controlled by the nervous...

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Scavenger Hunt

Scavenger Hunt

1. Scavenger Hunt Join us for a scavenger hunt! Click here for a list of items to look for. 2. Search Alternative Print and create your own search die! Place different color dots on each side that will indicate the color of the item...

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Storytime

Storytime

1. Crafts Click here to print out pictures of Little Red and the lion. Color, cut and act out the story with them! 2. Coloring Click here to print out pictures to color of Auntie’s house and the woods! 3. Parent Teaching Guide Try...

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Space Day

Space Day

1. Animal Walks Click here to learn what animal walks are. For examples of animal walks you can do at home, click here, here or here! 2. Movement Fun Check out Cosmic Kids’ website to create your own story and movement fun!

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I Am Special Activities

I Am Special Activities

1. Common Calming or Regrouping Strategies: Deep Breathing Big pillow/stuffed animal hugs Quiet, calm, cozy place (like a homemade tent) Sensory fidgets Slowly counting to 10 Get a drink of water Click here for a set of free visual strategy cards with alternative actions...

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No-drip-popsicle

No-drip-popsicle

No-Drip Strawberry Lemonade Popsicles, by Dominique Walker, MACCCSLP This is a fun project with minimal ingredients required. If you’re sensitive to red dye or avoiding added sugars, you can substitute a different flavor of gelatin dessert, use sugar-free gelatin, or use water instead of...

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Tummy Time

Tummy Time

  The idea of getting babies on their tummy for play is not a new concept to physical and occupational therapists who work with children in infant programs.   Yet it seems that , we parents, continue to struggle with increasing the time our children...

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