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Coloring in the lines? That’s so…conformist! Ok, so maybe it’s an important skill when it comes to fine motor control and spatial awareness. Recently, I’ve found myself working on this skill quite a bit, so I went to Pinterest to … Continue reading
Oh Pinterest, what did we do before you? Inspiration. Treatment Ideas. Pretty pictures of delicious meals I’ll never, ever make… Ok, ok, back to business. If you want to take a look at past Pinterest pins I’ve tested in therapy, … Continue reading
Let’s face it- tablets, iPads, smart phones… they are pretty much everywhere these days, even in the therapy world. While these gadgets are obviously the new normal, it is very important to remember the importance of good ol’ fashioned fine … Continue reading
The majority of my test pins have a common theme: how to make therapy products that don’t cost a ridiculous amount. In my latest quest I set out to find a recipe for DIY therapy putty. I use this stuff … Continue reading
To see all Pinterest test pins, click here. This idea caught my eye as another fun, kinesthetic way to work on letter formations. I’m always looking for out-of-the-box ways for kids to work on handwriting skills, other than just sitting … Continue reading
To see all Pinterest test pins, click here. Water beads: have you tried them? You probably have, seeing as though they are all the rage on Pinterest these days. This was one of those instances when I pinned a hundred … Continue reading
To see all Pinterest test pins, click here. Pinned and tested? Strike that, reverse it. I’ve been elbow deep in toilet wax, slashed my way through pool noodles, and found myself lost amongst the endless aisles of confusion that make … Continue reading