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Here is a fun and easy Halloween activity using contact paper. Ghost Sticky Wall is fun for toddlers, preschoolers and big kids!
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Ghost Sticky Wall - HAPPY TODDLER PLAYTIME

Here is a fun and easy Halloween activity using contact paper. Ghost Sticky Wall is fun for toddlers, preschoolers and big kids!

sensory sleepy time... not JUST for kids; 4 of these 5 make a huge difference in my falling asleep quickly

Sensory-Friendly Tips for Kids Who Have Trouble Sleeping - The Inspired Treehouse

For kids who have trouble sleeping, sensory techniques designed to calm and organize the body can be helpful.

Fine motor activity for kids, toddlers and preschoolers using a soft spiky ball and loom bands. #finemotorskills #loombands #ot

Fine motor activity using a spiky ball and loom bands - Laughing Kids Learn

Here is a simple fine motor activity using a spiky ball and loom bands. It's lots of fun for preschoolers or children needing to build their hand muscles for writing and gripping objects. Occupational therapist would also be very interested in this easy idea for kids.

This listing offers variety trays to choose from as well as complete pumpkin seed counting set* pictured which Includes: pumpkin tray with numbers, tweezers

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Four easy to set-up and fun activities to practice fine motor skills using LEGO bricks from Fun at Home with Kids.

4 Fine Motor Activites using LEGO Bricks

Four easy to set-up and fun activities to practice fine motor skills using LEGO bricks from Fun at Home with Kids.

Self-Regulation for Kids with Anxiety | If you’re looking for tips and tools for teaching appropriate coping skills to children with anxiety, we’re sharing 15 helpful ideas you can start using TODAY. Whether your child struggles with anxiety, autism, sensory processing disorder, impulse control due to ADHD, or a combination of all 3, these strategies and activities will help! #anxiety #mentalhealth #selfregulation #selfregulationactivities #zonesofregulation #selfcontrol #autism

Anxiety in Children: 15 Tips and Coping Strategies to Teach Self-Regulation

Everything you need to know about the signs and symptoms of anxiety in children (stomachaches, lack of sleep, school anxiety, etc.), the best parenting tips for moms and dads of anxious kids, and 7 coping skills and activities for kids with big worries.

The Inspired Treehouse - These heavy work activities and ideas for small spaces can help kids demonstrate calmer behavior and more coordinated, organized movement.

25 Heavy Work Activities for Small Spaces - The Inspired Treehouse

These heavy work activities and ideas for small spaces can help kids demonstrate calmer behavior and more coordinated, organized movement. *This post contains affiliate links. Read more. Do you know a child who: Constantly bumps into other people or objects Is uncoordinated and clumsy Constantly chews on her shirt or pencil Seems to always be ... Read More about 25 Heavy Work Activities for Small Spaces

Color, Cut, Glue Summer Scissor Practice

Color Cut Glue Scissor Summer Practice - Your Therapy Source

Color Cut Glue Scissor Summer Activity - Get your freebie to color, cut and glue together the pieces of the summer pictures from Your Therapy Source.

Try these distal finger control exercises using sticker reinforcement labels to…

Distal Finger Control Exercises - The OT Toolbox

Try these distal finger control exercises using sticker reinforcement labels to…

Finger Gyms Fine Motor Exercises. Exercise little fingers each day with a specific classroom rotation to practice fine motor development using everyday objects that you already have in your house and or classroom. The Sped Connection Guest Blogger at Mrs. D's Corner.

Finger Gym: Daily Activities for Fine Motor Exercises - Mrs. D's Corner

Fine Motor exercises are an important part of any child's curriculum and learning experience. Learning how control your hands and refining those hand muscles help a child learn how to do important, every day life skills like feeding, wiping, zippering, and tying shoes. Enter Finger Gym.