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Easter Eggs Match

Easter Eggs are so fun! Bright colors and so many creative ways to use them! In this activity, the child works on bilateral hand use and grading his force when putting the eggs together, and on visual perception as he tries to match the 2 colors as shown on the cards.

The Battle of the Bottles

This activity provides heavy work through lifting and carrying. The child receives proprioceptive input which may help in strengthening the upper body and improve body awareness.

Over the Rainbow

This activity provides proprioceptive input and helps in building upper extremity strength.

Wall Walking

A quick activity that enables the child will receive proprioceptive input through the feet, the ankles, and the knees.

Matching Color Cups

Work on forearm pronation, supination, and grasp.

Spelling Push Ups

The child will be working on receiving and processing propreoceptive input while laying prone on the therapy ball. This activity also works on trunk control and upper extremities strengthening.

Holiday Gifts

This activity provides the child with proprioceptive input by using a scooter board or animal walk.

Crab Walk Soccer

This activity provides proprioceptive input by using a crab-walk. In addition, the child is working on perception of movement and balance.

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