The Hand Strengthening Exercise Program
The Hand Strengthening Exercise Program, created by Claire Heffron OTR/L and Lauren Drobnjak PT, includes fun and creative hand exercises and activities for kids to help them build strength in the hands and fingers! If you want to help children with activities like handwriting, cutting with scissors, squeezing a glue bottle, or completing clothing fasteners, then hand strengthening exercises may be the place to start.
Details about The Hand Strengthening Exercise Program
The 26 page PDF digital document delivered electronically immediately following payment contains:
-more than 20 downloadable pages of fun, creative hand exercises designed to build strength and dexterity in the hands and fingers
-more than 30 scannable QR codes linking to short videos showing playful hand exercises and activities using simple materials
-a set of printable cards with scannable QR codes on each one – perfect for creating engaging therapy sessions or classroom centers
-tracking sheet to document participation
-documentation sheet to monitor progress
Looking for more ideas written by Claire Heffron OTR/L and Lauren Drobnjak PT? Check out these resources:
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.
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