Do you need occupational therapy preschool activities for your teletherapy or in person sessions? Practice fine motor, visual motor and visual perceptual skills with this Occupational Therapy Preschool Activities Set 2 weeks 7-12. You can find Set ONE here.
Created by an experienced school-based OT, Elizabeth Rizki Kosek, OTD, OTR/L, this download includes 6 weeks worth of distance learning fun via teletherapy or in person!
The ZIP file will be available electronically immediately following payment
Information about the Occupational Therapy Preschool Activities – Preschool Weeks 7-12:
This work will need to be completed with help of an adult. Each week tries to focus on a different shape (ie: drawing lines down, lines across, drawing circles, drawing square, drawing diagonals etc).
The activities have directions for students to print to complete the worksheets AND the same set of activities for digital use (students look at PDF and writes on their own paper, so no print).
You can easily do this as a distance learning session or teletherapy via computer or tablet. If doing this without printing, children need to be able to access the PDF, have a pencil or crayon, and paper.
This is perfect for occupational therapists, special education teachers and others who want to work on these skills. This makes it easy to plan sessions and saves you time!
There are no cutting or crafts in this packet since it is designed for ease of use for teletherapy sessions.
Each week includes:
- Check in. How are you feeling today? This is the same every week. I think this is a nice way to help check in with your student or child and see how they are feeling. In addition, children will work on their fine and visual motor skills by coloring in the face or drawing it on their paper.
- Warm up! Students do simple motor movements with a song (ie: Sing Twinkle, Twinkle while doing arm circles)
- Trace the lines (simple lines to trace).
- Visual perceptual game – how many of a certain object can you find?
- Finish the picture. Note: for the digital version of this game, it instructs children to draw simple thing on their own paper (ie: pig, cake). If children cannot draw this, an adult in the home can draw these simple pictures.
- A check out – what was their favorite activity this week? This is the same every week.
What’s included in the Occupational Therapy Preschool Activities Packet Weeks 7-12:
- Page 5: How to send individual PDFS
- Page 6: Visual schedule
- Page 7: Link to songs. I am not affiliated with these songs. These are external links to YouTube that were active at time of creation of this product.
- Pages 8-20: The printable worksheets with WEEKS written at the top
- Pages 21-33: The DIGITAL PDF workbook with WEEKS written the the top (same activities as 8-20)
- Pages 34-46: SAME activities as 8-20 without weeks written on the top. This makes it so you can give in any order.
- Pages 47-59: SAME DIGITAL activities as 8-20 without weeks written on the top. This makes it so you can give in any order.
These activities are repetitive in nature to encourage practice skills. It is similar types of activities each week but they include different content. The digital files are not editable.
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