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Assistive Technology Adventures: Fine Motor Skills - Apps

Assistive Technology Adventures: Fine Motor Skills - Apps By- Ben Gaines # special # education # app

Using page fluffing can make books more easily accessible to those with disabilities. Teachers can add page fluffing to books by gluing materials (cotton balls, Popsicle sticks or foam) to the pages of book. This makes the pages of the book stick out, so they can be turned/manipulated more easily. This method can be used for children with fine or gross motor difficulties, who would have trouble manipulating ordinary books. Pros: simply & allows student to manipulate books. Cons: May be bulky

Page fluffers are helpful in fostering independent literacy skills. Page fluffers are simple adaptations made to books or other reading material that make pages more accessible to turn.

iPad and Tablet Apps for Pediatric Occupational Therapists

Promotes visual perception, visual motor and finger isolation. iPad and Tablet Apps for Pediatric Occupational Therapists

Q-Tips and Straws Fine Motor Skills Activity - A great way to help little hands strengthen fine motor skills and work on colors at the same ...

Q-Tips and Straws - Fine Motor Skills Activity

Q-Tips and Straws DIY Fine Motor Skills Activity - A great way to help little hands strengthen fine motor skills and work on colors at the same time. A fun crafts idea for kids.

Fine motor skills by carlani

Simply Brilliant - weaving practice with ribbon and cooling racks - - Pinned by – Please visit for hundreds of pediatric therapy pins

Fine motor plus color....need to make little boxes of these fine motor activities...

Red yellow and green pompoms on a tree outline. Pick the apples using a clothespin. Great strength building to help develop a pincer grip. Good strength building for improving pencil grip.

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