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OTPlan helps you find pediatric occupational therapy activity ideas by skills to promote and common everyday materials.

Each activity details the purpose, materials needed, process, and how-to images.

All activities are added by a licensed and registered pediatric occupational therapist.

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Activity of The Day

Chalkdraw

This activity helps in developing pre-writing and writing skills. ,, the child receives more kinesthetic feedback when drawing or writing with a chalk. Having the child lay prone on the floor helps with proximal stability and assists in strengthening the shoulder muscles.

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Fun activities and tools to develop and promote fine motor, visual motor, and sensory processing skills.

Latest Occupational Therapy Activity Ideas

Clip the Kites

The activity is designed to develop and promote fine motor and visual motor skills, as well as to strengthen the finger muscles by manipulating school supplies.

Cut Me a Slice

This activity promotes the child’s cutting skills, visual motor skills and bilateral use of hands. You can have the child cut different shapes (straight lines, curved lines, circles, or squares) based on the child’s developmental stage and abilities.

Drawing in the Sand

Skills: Pre Writing

Practice imitating basic pre-writing shapes.

Wind Sock

Create a Wind Sock using craft sticks, markers, toilet paper roll, glue, tape, string, and tissue paper. Promote fine motor control, cutting, bilateral hand use, and visual motor skills.

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