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Fine Motor Skills

Build a child’s fine motor skills by having him/her engage in these activities.

Activities to Promote Fine Motor Development
Activities to Promote Fine Motor Developments

This infographic outlines the complexity of fine motor skills by breaking down all the underlying skill components.

Fine Motor Skills Unveiled
Fine Motor Skills Unveiled

Using a vertical surface (like an easel versus a table top) can benefit children tremendously. Learn why and what activities you can do to build a child’s fine motor skills.

Benefits of Working on a Vertical Surface
Benefits of Working on a Vertical Surface
Activities You Can Do On a Vertical Surface
Activities You Can Do On a Vertical Surface

Handwriting Skills

Handwriting Checklists

Help children build spatial relations skills by using these checklists.

Infographic: 9 Strategies to Help Children with Dysgraphia

Dygraphia simply means difficulty learning to write or putting thoughts on paper. There are ways to help children who struggle in this area, this infographic explains how.

9 Strategies to Help Children with Dysgraphia

Want more information about dysgraphia? Check out my post: Fun Strokes Presents The ADHD and Handwriting Series Part One

Children with ADHD often times have difficulty with handwriting skills. This infographic explains how at a glance.

The Link Between ADHD and Handwriting

Tools and Info to Tackle Letter Reversals

Visual Aids

Visual aids can be very effective in helping children combat letter reversals. Post them in a conspicuous location when they are writing.

Visual Aid b & d
Visual Aid b & d
Visual Aid p & q

Infographic: Letter Reversals Should You Be Concerned?

Letter Reversals At A Glance
Letter Reversals At A Glance

Want more information? Jump to my blog: Letter Reversals…Should You Be Concerned?

Sensory Processing Skills

When teachers and/or parents think of how they can support the sensory needs of their students or child, they often have ideas of elaborate sensory rooms that boast expensive fancy equipment. I am here to tell you that while this is a fantastic option, it is not the only option!  You can provide meaningful sensory experiences using regular household and or classroom stuff.  If you haven’t read Sensory Processing Skills Unveiled and Explained be sure to do so.  Having an appreciation of what sensory processing disorder is and what it might look like is paramount before implementing any type of sensory strategy for children.

Free PDF: Sensory Smart Tools at a Glance

Fun Strokes Freebie:  Sensory Smart Tools
Sensory Smart Tools At a Glance

I am thrilled to offer the entire Sensory Smart Toolkit for free! A comprehensive sensory program for classroom or home.

Everything you need to provide sensory solutions for your little ones today!

Be sure to read my post How to Create a Sensory Smart Classroom or Home to learn how to implement the Sensory Smart Toolkit.

Sensory Smart Toolkit

Fun Strokes Freebie:  Sensory Smart Toolkit
Sensory Smart Toolkit

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Heavy work activities can have a calming and organizing effect on children. This activity choice board provides many options. Offer breaks throughout the day as needed to gain increased focus and calm.

Heavy Work Activity Choice Boards

Want more information about heavy work? What Are Heavy Work Activities and Who Should Do Them?

Attending Skills

Are you challenged by getting your student or child to do any type of independent work? Did you know that the average attention span is 3 to 5 minutes per age of the child? If your child or student struggles in this area, try these strategies to build their attending skills.

Infographic: 9 Strategies to Increase Attending Skills

9 Strategies to Increase Attending Skills
9 Strategies to Increase Attending Skills and On-Task Behavior

Want more information? Jump to my post: 9 Strategies to Increase Attending Skills and On Task Behavior

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