Brilliant accommodations for ADHD, attention disorder, learning disability, or child's IEP or 504 plan.
Pencil Grip Help: "Wrap a hair tie as shown. Kids get used to doing it themselves quickly. It gently forces them to hold the pencil in the open web of their hands and the pencil with their fingertips. Do this for a few weeks, then remove the ties. By then it's become habit to hold a pencil correctly. Kids that have weak fine motor muscles in their hands are going to struggle, so do strengthening activities. That helps with control and neatness when writing." From a friend's FB
gym -Students will be able to develop fine motor skills -Students will be able to pretend they are doing a "shark run" with square pillows -Students will be able to make it across the whole line without touching the grass.
These sensory processing red flags can help kids identify sensory needs.
Take this portable game to the beach, camping, tailgating, or the backyard. It sets up fast and the rules are simple—toss bean bags into the baskets to score points.