Mahmut Yaran

Mahmut Yaran

PT, Lecturer, OT PhD student (studying for the PhD proficiency exam)
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These free cheat sheets identify the age related milestones for hand function, pencil grip (grasp) and drawing skills in children aged 1 to 7 years.

These free cheat sheets identify the age related milestones for hand function, pencil grip (grasp) and drawing skills in children aged 1 to 7 years.

Sitting Balance Activities for Hemiplegics Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources http://pinterest.com/sostherapy.

Sitting Balance Activities for Hemiplegics Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources http://pinterest.com/sostherapy.

10 Activities to Get Children Ready for Prewriting Skills - make it fun with these play activities, no pencils or crayons needed!

10 Activities to Get Children Ready for Prewriting Skills - make it fun with these play activities, no pencils or crayons needed!

5. Problem Solving Wheels --- These can be used when a child thinks about their behavior before hand and wants to make a good decision, but may not necessarily know how to. These work as a guide to making positive social and emotional choices.

5. Problem Solving Wheels --- These can be used when a child thinks about their behavior before hand and wants to make a good decision, but may not necessarily know how to. These work as a guide to making positive social and emotional choices.

These Social Skills Task Cards (Set 2) include 1 complete set of "Go Behaviors/No Behaviors" Task Cards with a total of 68 cards included that focus on social skills and appropriate school behavior.  What are "Go Behaviors and No Behaviors?" A Go Behavior is a good behavior. This means, "It's good. Go ahead and do it." A "No Behavior" is a bad behavior. This means, "No. Do not do that behavior."

These Social Skills Task Cards (Set 2) include 1 complete set of "Go Behaviors/No Behaviors" Task Cards with a total of 68 cards included that focus on social skills and appropriate school behavior. What are "Go Behaviors and No Behaviors?" A Go Behavior is a good behavior. This means, "It's good. Go ahead and do it." A "No Behavior" is a bad behavior. This means, "No. Do not do that behavior."

The Inspired Treehouse - How can you support the development self-regulation in your child? Check out some of our best activities and ideas here!

The Inspired Treehouse - How can you support the development self-regulation in your child? Check out some of our best activities and ideas here!

30 Sensory Strategies to Help Kids Pay Attention - Some children who experience difficulty with paying attention may need less sensory input because they become distracted or overwhelmed by certain sensory experiences. However, many children are better able to attend to and participate when tasks appeal to the senses. They need more sensory input to regulate themselves and stay focused.

30 Sensory Strategies to Help Kids Pay Attention - Some children who experience difficulty with paying attention may need less sensory input because they become distracted or overwhelmed by certain sensory experiences. However, many children are better able to attend to and participate when tasks appeal to the senses. They need more sensory input to regulate themselves and stay focused.

100+ Awesome and easy sensory diet activities that you can start using in your home today! Find the best activities for your kid.

100+ Awesome and easy sensory diet activities that you can start using in your home today! Find the best activities for your kid.

Spirals - Tracing and Recognizing - American Dyslexia Association. Great for visual spatial and pencil control skills.

Spirals - Tracing and Recognizing - American Dyslexia Association. Great for visual spatial and pencil control skills.

Sensory integration treatment ideas and tips for Occupational Therapists, parents, and educators for students in classrooms, at home, and in outpatient treatment clinics. This is a great resource for children with Autism, SPD, and sensory integration needs or deficits.

Sensory integration treatment ideas and tips for Occupational Therapists, parents, and educators for students in classrooms, at home, and in outpatient treatment clinics. This is a great resource for children with Autism, SPD, and sensory integration needs or deficits.