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Follow that Monster Visual Perceptual Activity

Challenge visual discrimination, visual spatial relationships and visual motor skills with this free printable.  Download just in time for Valentine’s Day at https://yourtherapysource.com/vpvalentinefree.html [subscribe2]  

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Penguin Pencil Challenges Freebie

Get more information on the latest download – Penguin Pencil Challenges at https://www.yourtherapysource.com/pencilchallengespenguin.html Here are some free sample pages from Penguin Pencil Challenges to practice visual motor skills. You can download them at https://www.yourtherapysource.com/pencilchallengespenguinfree.html [subscribe2]    

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Patterns, Patterns, Patterns

Here are 6 FREE sample pages from Patterns, Patterns, Patterns  which is a collection of over 50 visual perceptual activities involving patterns. Children will be challenged to draw the patterns and find shapes, numbers or objects in a pattern. The activity pages are in black and white. Patterns, Patterns, Patterns stimulates: visual motor skills visual […]

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Autumn Visual Closure Activity

Here is an autumn visual closure and visual motor activity to download from Your Therapy Source.  Draw a line connecting the enlarged picture to the complete picture. Download the Autumn Close Up Activity. This download is a collection of visual perceptual worksheets with a Fall theme. Practice visual motor, visual discrimination, visual spatial, visual closure and […]

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Educational Video of the Beery Buktenica Visual Motor Integration Assessment

Dr. Alisha Ohl, a practicing pediatric occupational therapist and professor at SUNY Downstate Medical Centers occupational therapy program, worked with a group of students in the creation of an educational video that focuses on improving administration and scoring of the Beery Buktenica Visual Motor Integration Assessment. The video consists of video clips demonstrating the administration of […]

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5 Fine Motor Things to Do with Loom Bands Besides Making Bracelets

Ever wonder what else you could do with loom bands?  Here are 5 suggestions that encourage fine motor skills, visual motor skills and hand strengthening (and none of them are bracelets)!  Get all the directions at https://yourtherapysource.com/freeloombands.html [subscribe2]

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Coloring Shape Stencils

How cool is this project?  It reminds me of a zentangle which I always find very calming to do.  There are two ways to complete this activity to encourage visual motor skills, grading of movements and visual spatial skills. 1.  Doodle Shape Stencils – Draw any random doodle all over a piece of paper with […]