Check out this amazing, time saving, resource for OT teletherapy ideas for grades 3-6. 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!
Get weekly session of gross motor warm ups, copying sentences using best handwriting OR TYPING (on separate document), visual perceptual game, drawing with opinion/narrative/sequence writing and check out activity!!
The ZIP file will be delivered electronically immediately following payment.
Details about the OT Teletherapy Ideas for Grades 3-6
This digital download has directions for students to print to complete the worksheets AND the same set of activities but for digital use (students look at PDF and writes on their own paper or type, so no print) AND a third set that has instructions for students to type on a separate document (not into this document, this document is not editable).
You can easily do this for distance learning, teletherapy session, computer/tablet OR print it for in person.
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!
Each week includes:
- Check in (same every week).
- Gross motor warm up. (i.e.: Jump the same way as the arrows, clap the opposite way of the arrow, do the same action as the string of pictures, muffin-clap, cereal- jump, etc).
- Fix 3 sentences. This includes sentences that are not the right size or space. Students must fix the sentences using their best handwriting.
- Visual perceptual game -Minute to win it (look at approximately 30 letters. How many commonly reversed letters can you find? Circle the letters or words in alphabetically in order.)
- Multistep writing prompt that aligns upper elementary writing including narrative, opinion and sequencing. Topics include making a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, steps to do homework, how to be a good friend, are dogs or cats better pets and more.
- Check out – what was their favorite activity this week? (Same every week)
Three separate folders with the weekly PDFs saved.
Page 4: Directions if you need to save any PDFs individually.
Page 5: Visual schedule writing
Page 6: Visual schedule typing
Pages 7-19: The printable worksheets with WEEKS written at the top
Pages 20-32: The DIGITAL PDF WRITING workbook with WEEKS written the the top (same activities as 7-19)
Pages 33-45: The DIGITAL PDF TYPING workbook with WEEKS written the the top (same activities as 7-19) (remember students cannot type directly onto this document).
Pages 46-58: SAME activities as 7-19 without weeks written on the top. This makes it so you can give in any order.
Pages 59-71: SAME DIGITAL WRITING activities as 7-19 without weeks written on the top. This makes it so you can give in any order.
Pages 72-84: SAME DIGITAL TYPING activities as 7-19 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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