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Mirror Me

Work on visual skills, body awareness, and coordination without any materials. All you need is at least 2 people and some open space to play.

Roll, Crawl, and Jump

The vestibular system is the first of the sensory systems to develop in uterus. This fun roll, crawl, and jump activity provides vestibular input and can be easily done at home.

Feed Me

Using the tongs to pick up cotton balls or small object helps reinforce functional grasp as the child holds the tongs in the same manner she would hold a writing tool or scissors. In addition, this activity works on visual perception as the child has to place the object through the opening.

Make a Puzzle

This activity develops fine motor control (coloring within the lines of simple shape), attention to task and following of multi-step directions (following prompts such as “color the star yellow”), fine motor skills (cutting) and visual motor skills (putting puzzle together).

Basket Sock for Eye-Hand Coordination

This activity works on promoting eye-hand coordination necessary for activities such as catching a ball or copying from the blackboard. In addition, the child is working on stability and shoulder strengthening through the activation of the arm.

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