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Handwriting 5

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Intervention Using a Sensory Approach Providing tactile, visual, and auditory stimulation and combining them into handwriting tasks often help children remember the activity.
Intervention Using a Sensory Approach: Sensory Motor Activities Play common children’s games for coordination/leisure, such as hopscotch or Simon Says.
Intervention Using a Sensory Approach: Sensory Motor Activities Squat to pick up small objects on the floor and place them in a container with a small opening.
Intervention Using a Sensory Approach: Sensory Motor Activities Create an obstacle course out of the classroom furniture.
Intervention Using a Sensory Approach: Sensory Motor Activities Give child a job or task in the classroom, such as handing out papers.
Intervention Using a Sensory Approach: Named Activities Draw for Me: Draw in dried Tang, sand, shaving cream or pudding.
Intervention Using a Sensory Approach: Named Activities Paint the World: Paint on chalkboards or an outside surface w/brushes dripped in water or paint.
Intervention Using a Sensory Approach: Named Activities Animal Walks: Activities such as Rabbit Hop, Crab Walk, Elephant Walk encourage imitation, motor planning, strengthening, laterality, and directionality as well as body position in space.
Intervention Using a Sensory Approach: Named Activities I Got Rhythm: Encourage rhythmic patterning and flow to promote tactile/kinesthetic awareness. Perform with both extremities together. (Writing has rhythmic movements, whether forming letters or connecting them together.)
Visual Perception Intervention: Activities Use worksheets/perceptual motor booklets that are commercially produced to promote proprioception, figure ground, and eye-hand coordination.
Visual Perception Intervention: Activities Reproduce designs w/variations so that child can learn that a circle is a circle even when it’s small or in a different location on the page.
Visual Perception Intervention: Activities Use a chalkboard to encourage free movement patterns w/resistance, and then allow a transition from the chalkboard ( vertical surface)to paper.
Visual Perception Intervention: Activities Trace on a line or roadway w/a toy car. This encourages directionality /eye-hand coordination.
Visual Perception Intervention: Named Activities Move Your Body: Have child lie with back on floor (for tactile input) and move feet/arms when requested after hearing different musical rhythms or receiving verbal prompts.
Visual Perception Intervention: Named Activities Follow Me: This activity encourages the development of one-handed movements and those crossing the midline of body.
Visual Perception Intervention: Named Activities Look at This: Follow a moving target such as a ball, light, or bubbles. These activities help with visual attention to a task as well as work on visual tracking, pursuit, and targeting skills.
Visual Perception Intervention: Named Activities String Art: Make initials by squeezing the glue/printing the letters. Cut yarn to cover the glue and complete the letters
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