Tag: activity

Eyes OK I’m OK

Individual chapters from Dr. Harold Wiener’s book ‘Eyes OK I’m OK’, from OEPF.org. These activities can be helpful for working with children with vision-related learning problems. The notes and activities presented in the book will be of interest to occupational…

Bunt Ball

Download this pdf file: Bunt Ball See Also: Bunt Ball Video Instruction on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dUdZ7LEAG3w&feature=related

Meditation: Introduction To Lessons

See Also: Meditation: Introduction Meditation: Setting the Stage Meditation: Introduction to Lessons Meditation: Quick Meditation Meditation: The Candle Meditation: Modified Candle For Children Meditation: Beads Meditation: Direct Seeing Approaching Therapy Remember, the idea is to practice meditation and to try…

Arrow Directionality

  Arrow Directionality 341 Arrow Directionality 342 Arrow Directionality Wksht This activity is virtually identical to the one above. Have a look for comparison. Directional Arrows This activity is designed to reinforce left/right awareness (laterality) and bilateral integration. The procedure…

Clapping Games

Purpose: To develop rhythm, bilateral integration, and laterality awareness. Materials: Two simple chairs or stools. Metronome, music. Procedure: Child and therapist sit erect, facing one another. Rest hands on knees, palms down. Set a beat on the metronome (a song…

High-Level Reading Skills

  High-level reading skills refers to associative skills, that is, reading for comprehension. Likewise, by ‘high-level’, we also mean training capacity to read more and understand more in a fashion required by modern classrooms and post-secondary institutions. Video and instructions…

Brock Vertical

  These exercises strengthen eye muscles and muscle control for work at near distances. You are advised to avoid these exercises unless your doctor directs you to use them. While this activity is designed to provide benefit, it may also…

Haptic Writing

Coming Soon: Rosner Dot activities for building spatial awareness and visual-motor integration skills. Haptic Writing Start by downloading and printing the document above.  We recommend loading this task as instructed using the metronome. Also be sure to review the notes…

Ball Bounce Instructions

  Ball Bounce Instructions These instructions are only a sample of the many things you can do with simple balls. Balls have a bad name in part because they are known to break things in classrooms and homes. The key…

Jumping Jacks

  Follow the directions below. You should already be familiar with loading exercises and approaching therapy. Feel free to use the Metronome at any time to improve accuracy, speed, and control. Jumping Jacks are a great way to energize clients and…