Pre-Handwriting: 8 Essential Readiness Skills~ Fruits Vegetables, Garden, Snacks
Pre-Handwriting Fruits Vegetables Garden and Snacks provides fun & engaging handwriting readiness skill instruction and practice activities. Fruit & vegetable themed path-tracing activities to help your students learn eight key pre-writing skills. Teach your students eight specific motor learning & executive function skills needed for successfully learning to print. This digital download was created by school-based Occupational Therapy, Thia Triggs.
Pre-Handwriting Fruits Vegetables Garden and Snacks will be delivered electronically immediately following payment.
In addition to writing readiness skill development, this product can be used as an adjunct for a variety of curricular topics relating to your programming in areas including:
➜ Increasing enthusiasm and acceptance of Farm Fresh Snacks.
➜ Supplementing your School Garden projects.
➜ Coordinating with your Fruit and Vegetable Theme.
➜ Developing Vocabulary, Identification, and Categorization skills.
➜ Using as placemats to improve acceptance and joy in Feeding Therapy and Oral-Motor skill development.
* 18 Fruit-themed activity sheets and 20 Vegetable-themed activity sheets in color
* 18 Fruit-themed activity sheets and 20 Vegetable-themed activity sheets in black and white.
* Teacher’s Guide with a table of contents, printing guide, and detailed objective-related index
* Specific teaching tips and scripts
* IEP and/or therapeutic goals and objectives related to writing-readiness
Printing: This product can be printed in color or black and white line drawings. To reduce heavy use of color toner on home and school printers, take this PDF to your local copy shop.
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If you need to discover what and how much your client is and is not presently eating, then check out the Therapeutic Food Survey. This survey created by Thia Triggs, OTR, is designed to be used by Occupational Therapists or Speech Pathologists working in clinics or schools. It can be used in conjunction with your other oral motor assessments tools. When you have children (or adults) who are in need of food interventions you can use this tool to:
• Discover what and how much your client is and is not presently eating.
• Interview family members about history and family goals.
• Narrow down vague descriptions and create hard data.
• Use data to establish achievable goals.
• Use data to document progress.