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Craft Spotlight: Fingerpaint Flower

Big, bold and bright, Fingerpaint Flowers are the perfect art activity to paint out in the spring air! The best part about fingerpainting outside is that it adds another dimension of sensory development: not only are students using fingerpaints to stimulate finger movement, but the warmth of the sunlight will warm up the paint and the fingerpainting paper!


Fine Motor activities bring it outside!

My guy loves to be outside, we found a couple of new activities that help increase fine motor strength and are fun!

First we picked seeds out of a sunflower to replant, feed to the birds, count and sort. 65 more words


This is Occupational Therapy..

A break down of the specific areas OT may work with children in.

There are interventions that you learn in OT to help improve and empower the individual for daily living.

Occupational Therapy

A New Season on the Spectrum

It was the end of another busy Monday.  I was bustling about finishing up dinner dishes and hurrying the kids through their bedtime routines.  In the dining room, David was sprawled on a bench, focused on his new Lego minifigures.   711 more words


All About B

We really enjoyed the week learning about B!

First we played a Bird game! We were given a number and all around the room there were birds nest filled with baby birds. 125 more words

Fine Motor Favorites

Let me be honest when I say that the picture in my head of what daily homemaking would be like (mom and kids at the table listening to classical music while doing something educational) greatly differs from reality. 306 more words

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Fundanoodle and Autism

In honor of National Autism Awareness Month AND National Occupational Therapy Month we’ve asked our Occupational Therapists to tell us how Fundanoodle can be used with children on the Autism Spectrum. 818 more words