Sarah Gilford
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Nice set up for a traveling therapists to use clothes pins for #finemotor and more

Kids can work on using pincer grasp with clothes pins using this tidy box workspace that is easily portable for therapists! Nice set up for a traveling therapists to use clothes pins for and

Using Play Dough to Strengthen Fine motor skills

By The Sugar Aunts: Use Playdough to address scissorskills: Bilateral hand coordination, line awareness, strengthening, scissor positioning, open/shut motion.

Counting with pipe cleaners and beads. Great for fine motor development too.

I think you could also have multiple pipe cleaners coming from one number and students have to show multiple ways to add numbers to get to that number. Counting with pipe cleaners and beads. Great for fine motor development too.

Burn a Bay Leaf in Your House. The Reason? You'll be Amazed!

Normally we use bay leaves in bone broth but try burning them to help relieve stress and anxiety. Plus burning bay leaves smells good. Sort of like DIY inscents