http://chasinghazel.com/2014/10/hand-strenthening-ot-down-syndrome.html 2 Occupational Therapy Activities that promote muscle development in the hands. I do them with my daughter who has Down syndrome.

Hand Strengthening - OT & Down Syndrome

http://chasinghazel.com/2014/10/hand-strenthening-ot-down-syndrome.html 2 Occupational Therapy Activities that promote muscle development in the hands. I do them with my daughter who has Down syndrome.

Learn Sight Words: Read Build Write Printable Activity Mats With Dolch Words

Printable Read Build Write Mats with Dolce Sight Words

Downs Side Up: Writing Tips for Children with Down Syndrome

Downs Side Up: Writing Tips for Children with Down Syndrome. I really need to make or borrow some slant boards

Here are 10 great therapy tools for a child with Down syndrome! @Pediatric Therapy Center-for all of our pins, please visit our page at pinterest.com/PedTherCenter

Down Syndrome - Our Top 10 Therapy Toys/Tools

Free printable PDF interractive book for bath time vocabulary/receptive language.

Free Printable Interractive Book – Bath Time

Free printable PDF interractive book for bath time vocabulary/receptive language. Great for home, school or office speech therapy.

Counting Game with Buttons and Muffin Cups! This games teaches counting and number recognition. Great for Pre-K students and the buttons can be used over and over again. Items for activity are really inexpensive, which is always a bonus.

Counting Game with Buttons and Muffin Cups

literacy center sight word activities- put the sand in a pencil box for easy upkeep and clean up!

literacy center sight word activities- put the sand in a pencil box for easy upkeep and clean up! NOTE: this only works with a thin layer of sand. If you put too much the writing doesn't show up. It went over okay with my kids, not their favorite

Craftulate: Cardboard Tube and Elastic Hair Bands [Fine Motor Fridays]

This is such a super simple fine motor activity!

how to make a weighted lap band to help fidgety kids calm down

Make a Lap Belt - a DIY Sensory Tool

SUMMARY: DIY weighted lap band to help fidgety kids calm down. CONNECTIONS: Kiddos on the spectrum needing that sensory. Have multiple in an area for kids to grab when they need it Students help make these TARGET AGE: early elementary grade

Got a student who drags people into power struggles? Giving the student choices can help reduce those behaviors. Check out some ways to make it work.

How to Give Choices & Improve the Most Challenging Behaviors

Got a student who drags people into power struggles? Giving the student choices can help reduce those behaviors. Check out some ways to make it work. (How to give choices and improve even the most challenging behaviors)

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