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Whooooo’s There? Visual Motor Freebie

Download this visual motor and visual discrimination freebie at http://yourtherapysource.com/freethanksgivingowls2.html [subscribe2]

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Thanksgiving Visual Discrimination Freebie – Whooooo Do You See?

Download this freebie to challenge visual discrimination skills at http://yourtherapysource.com/freethanksgivingowls.html [subscribe2]

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Farm Animal Detectives – Visual and Sensory Motor Freebie

Print and play this fun visual perceptual and sensory motor activity for children to guess and move like the animal.  Print your free copy at http://www.YourTherapySource.com/freefarmanimals

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Practice Grading Pencil Pressure with this Freebie

Students can practice pressing light versus hard to shade the owl pictures.  You can download it at http://yourtherapysource.com/freeshade.html.

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3 Pre-Writing Activities Using Craft Sticks

Here are three simple activities using craft sticks to help learn horizontal, vertical and diagonal pre-writing strokes.  Using the craft sticks makes the child associate linear objects with lines and provides a more kinesthetic approach versus just drawing lines.  Find out more information about the activities at http://yourtherapysource.com/freeprewriting.html

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Traveling Chalkboards

For awhile now I have been trying to figure out how to make some chalkboard items.  I have tried the chalkboard spray paint which does work well on wood.  I tried it on fabric and cardboard and did not have good results.  The other day I received an email with a daily deal on repositionable […]

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Free Visual Discrimination Puzzle

Download and print this free puzzle to test your visual discrimination skills.  How many of each smile face can you find?  You can get the freebie at http://yourtherapysource.com/freesmilefaces.html [subscribe2]

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5 FREE Printables to Practice Scissor Skills and More

Here are 5 FREE printables to practice scissor skills, visual perceptual skills and motor planning skills: 1.  Step By Step Puppy – cut out the simple shapes and follow the step by step directions.  You can download it here http://yourtherapysource.com/stepsample.html 2.  Cutting Cards – Practice cutting skills on these smaller 3×5″ cards.  Download a few sample […]

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Vertical Puzzles

Here is a simple way to make vertical puzzles.  By hanging up the puzzles on the wall or in an upright position you encourage an increase in upper extremity active range of motion, wrist extension and can sneak in some gross motor skills (ie squatting and reaching up high). Find an old poster or use […]

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Mini Sponge Blocks

Make these mini sponge blocks to encourage strengthening in the fingers, visual spatial skills, visual motor skills and grading of movements.  The bonus is that they are super light to carry around from school to school if you are a therapist who travels from school to school or a parent who needs to bring along […]