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Playdough Therapy Treasure

This activity is designed to strengthen the child’s finger muscles and to develop pincer grasp. Using different media and textures such as playdough , Floam© or Silly Putty© is good for developing the child’s tactile sense.

Ice Painting

This cold and fun activity helps in developing tripod grasp as well as sensory processing.

Thumb Opposition with Finger Paint

This activity assists with thumb opposition and with developing the arches of the hand. In addition, this activity addresses sensory processing as it provides tactile input.

Can You Feel It

This activity gives the child an opportunity to explore a variety of tactile media and develop his/her stereognosis sense.

Tactile Paint

Promote visual motor skills and improve finger isolation. In addition, work on processing of tactile input as the child moves his fingers along the paint.

A Slippery Fish

This activity promotes the use of scissors and helps the child imitate movements that are similar to the ones used for cutting. In addition, this activity develops the child’s sensory processing through exposing him/her to the touch of water.

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