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This article talks about the tripod grasp vs. functional grasps in handwriting development.
A guide to the visual motor development that is typical for children from the time they are born until they are six years of age. Perfect reference for therapists to share with parents and educators.
Wondering what pencil grasp development looks like for preschoolers? Check out this pencil grasp guide with age-by-age pictures of each pencil grasp.
Grab this pre-writing skills checklist to see what pre-writing lines, strokes, and shapes your child should be learning to draw. The developmental milestones included are for ages 1 to 6 years old. Ideal for parents, educators, or therapists.
The Inspired Treehouse - Waiting time doesn’t have to be wasted time! Try these 10 Printable Hallway Games and you’ll use wait time to build motor and self-regulation skills!
The Inspired Treehouse - With so many schools and clinics moving to some form of virtual therapy or home programming, therapists all over the world are scrambling to find resources and activities to support this new form of practice. Find all of our best resources here!
The Inspired Treehouse - Learn about alternative seating and how to use it in the classroom to promote attention, motor skills, and more! #alternativeseating #classroomtips #teachers #tipsforteachers #classroom #finemotor #grossmotor #fidgeting
The Inspired Treehouse - Learn more about push-in therapy services. What does it mean? What are the benefits? How can you push into the classroom to deliver therapy?
The Inspired Treehouse - some of our tried and true suggestions that will help you communicate information in a more accessible way that will ensure follow-through and understanding. Great for IEP meetings and consultations.
Feeling the stress of different schedules or routines at home? Add in some calming, organizing, and alerting activities at home to help with the transitions. #Sensory #SensoryProcessing #SensoryIsReal #SPD #SensoryProcessingDisorder #OTTips #OccupationalTherapy #OccupationalTherapist #ChildDevelopment #ChildBehaviors