The Hand Strengthening Handbook
Written by: Claire Heffron OTR/L and Lauren Drobnjak PT
Buttoning a shirt, putting shoes on, opening packages at lunch, grasping a pencil, cutting with scissors, … What do all of these activities have in common? They all require hand strength and they’re all activities that kids do every single day.
Many children who receive pediatric therapy services exhibit deficits in hand strength. There is no shortage of fun and engaging ways to help kids strengthen the muscles of their hands. You can spend hours searching all over the internet and browsing Pinterest to find hand strengthening activities that will work for the kids in your therapy practice, classroom, or home. But who has time for that?
The Hand Strengthening Handbook digital download is a collection of more than 100 fun and playful hand strengthening ideas right at your fingertips in one easy-to-read printable resource.
The Hand Strengthening Handbook is a 48-page pdf format ebook containing:
-Information about why hand strength is important for kids
-A basic description of how the hand muscles work
-A description about what it looks like when kids have weak hand muscles
-Weight Bearing Activities
-Pushing, Pulling & Lifting Activities
-Squeezing, Squishing & Pinching Activities
-Activities for building hand strength through everyday play
You will receive a link to download The Hand Strengthening Handbook immediately after payment.
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