Here parents, educators, and therapists come together to share ideas to help children of all abilities function at their utmost potential. Useful information and tips regarding the challenges that children can face, as well as fun, educational crafts and games for children to do are covered here. Some of the topics addressed are sensory, fine motor, school readiness, autism, strengthening and crafts.
I remember playing jacks all the time as a young girl. I could play for hours, either by myself, or with a friend. I never tired of it. But kids these days have other amusements and, I fear, jacks has become less appealing. Jacks are a great game for kids of all ages. Playing Jacks works on eye-hand coordination, counting skills, problem solving, and fine motor control. Plus, it entertains your child!
By the way: I didn't notice the "W" sit of my child until after I had posted this (my PT friends would chastise me for allowing this).