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Free Dr. Seuss Printables

Here are two free Dr. Seuss printables to practice fine motor skills and gross motor skills. Celebrate his birthday while you also work on hand strengthening and physical activity.

March 2nd is the birthday of Dr. Seuss. Many schools celebrate his birthday along with reading! Here are two free Dr. Seuss printables to practice fine motor skills and gross motor skills. Celebrate his birthday while you also work on hand strengthening and physical activity. Free Dr. Seuss Printables – Fine Motor Skills Page one […]

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What is proprioception?

What is proprioception? Proprioception is the ability of your muscles and joints to determine where they are in space.

What is proprioception?  Proprioception is the ability of your muscles and joints to determine where they are in space. The proprioceptive nerve endings in the body provide us with the information of where our hands, arms, and legs are in space without having to look at them. The specialized proprioception receptors in the body tell […]

Cute Bunny Coloring Page and Puzzle

I love to create visual perceptual puzzles and this cute bunny coloring page and puzzle is adorable. Created by Your Therapy Source.

I love to create visual perceptual puzzles and this cute bunny coloring page and puzzle is adorable. The object of the puzzle is to find the specific bunnies and color them in. Directions for the Cute Bunny Coloring Page and Puzzle Download and print the cute bunny coloring page and puzzle. Read the directions. You […]

5 Evidence-Based Benefits of Yoga for Kids

Many of us know that there are plenty of benefits of yoga for kids. But... what does the research say? Inquiring minds want to know! Here are 5 evidence-based benefits of yoga for kids.

Many of us know that there are plenty of benefits of yoga for kids. But… what does the research say? Inquiring minds want to know! Here are 5 evidence-based benefits of yoga for kids. Yoga improves motor skills. One of the benefits of yoga for kids is improvements in motor skills.  Research indicates that children […]

Universal Design, Play Time and Motor Learning

Here are 5 suggestions to combine universal design, play and motor learning to allow play to be accessible to all children.

Universal design is the idea that activities should be accessible to all people including those with disabilities.  When there are multiple ways to present, use and play with a toy, it can help benefit all children to play regardless of their abilities.  In short, toys need to engage many senses and require variability of play.  […]