Fun and creative ways to help get students moving
The purpose of this website is to provide resources for parents who want to carry over occupational therapy activities with their child at home
Read on to find out more about how visual perception, eye-hand coordination, and visual processing skills play a part in the overarching visual motor skill development so we can perceive and process visual information and use that information with motor skills to manipulate and move objects in tasks and activities.
Visual Motor Integration (*) (VMI) involves effective, efficient communication between the eyes and the hands, so that you are able to copy, draw or write what you see. This site has been created to help parents understand what VMI is, and to help promote normal development.
Browse all the free Your Therapy Source special education, occupational and physical therapy printables, forms, worksheets, and activity ideas.
The Anonymous OT’s mission is to provide a place for families and professionals to interact, speak freely, learn important, straightforward information, and share their experiences related to the world of pediatric occupational therapy.
Here at Activity Fun Zone, you will find fun activities that help develop skills. The goal of this website is to stimulate creativity and information sharing.
Playful heroes teach students how to form their letters through captivating stories, hilarious animations, and catchy songs. The format is simple, and the pace is fast!
A variety of puzzles that build spatial reasoning and logic skills.
Improve your typing skills while competing in fast paced races.
You start by learning the home row keys. Each stage builds on previous lessons, introducing new letters as you progress. You’ll soon be touch typing like an expert! At the end of each level you can test your typing speed and get a fun reward.
An engaging and interactive experience while you are learning how to type.