Art activities are a wonderful way to work on tactile skills and fine motor development, as well as basic concepts, social skills, and language and communication. *repinned by WonderBaby.org
sensory cards... would be neat to do a card for each letter of the alphabet (ex: write A on one side of card, flip over to feel aluminum foil, write B on next card, flip over to feel band-aids, etc.)
Children's sensory book
Fatto a mano colorato sensoriale libro per bambini. Grande divertimento per qualsiasi bambino.
Love this #workbasket. Thanks for linking up! #Repost @simplyspecialed with @repostapp. ・・・ Threw together a quick new fine motor/ sorting task box for #workbasketwednesday with @autismclassroomnews ! It's amazing what you can make with stuff already arou
Occupational Therapists, teachers, and Parents will find this a resource in developmental information and treatment ideas in Fine Motor Development, Sensory Integration, Visual Perceptual Integration, and Developmental Milestones.
Create a daily tactile schedule for children who are deafblind or visually impaired!
Make Your Own Touch Book
Learn how to make your own Touch Book for your blind baby by putting together a book of textures for him to feel. It's easy and fun and can be a great gift for a visually impaired child... or anyone!
Fine motor activities
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