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.
Here's an easy fine motor activity you can make at home. All you need is a clear, plastic jar and cotton balls. Have the kids use tongs to pick up the cotton balls and put them into the container. To increase the difficulty of the task, leave the lid on and have them put the balls through the pour hole. Once the jar is filled, they have made a cute snowman.
Kids love to play in forts. tents and other confined places. So, for winter we decided to try an "igloo" fort. Collect any size jug to make your igloo. We found it is easier to tape 3-4 together first, then tape these rows together. Make it as high and wide as you like. Have a snow ball battle from the fort.