Is my child's chewing a sensory oral fixation or a bad habit? via @growhandsonkids
Here is a fun twist on painting that will also encourage strengthening of the core muscles. Hang up some paper on the wall. We hung it up on some cardboard in case the kids paint off the paper. Put some paint on a tray. The child can lay of the floor o
Postural Reflexes: Lack of Postural Development Creates Poor Balance, Coordination, Fine Motor Skills and Motor Planning | ilslearningcorner.com
The Playful Otter: Therapy Ball Activities Fun Deck
Kind of funny. Penguin Waddle Race. Could do as a relay. Put ball between knees and waddle like a penguin!
Five Activities for Crossing the Midline (and Why It’s Important)
Airplane Catch warm up activity - This activity enables the child to develop his upper body strength and receive proprioceptive input. It also gives the child an opportunity to work on maintaining eye contact.
Midline Passing activity - work on crossing midline by passing an object between 2 or more participants.