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Pediatric Occupational Therapy Tips: Teaching Colors Using a Multi-Sensory Approach. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources.  Follow all our boards at http://pinterest.com/sostherapy  for therapy resources.

Pediatric Occupational Therapy Tips: Teaching Colors Using a Multi-Sensory Approach. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at http://pinterest.com/sostherapy for therapy resources.

Occupational Therapy in the Schools - Small School OT- Tons of ideas about all things OT

Occupational Therapy in the Schools - Small School OT- Tons of ideas about all things OT

hair gel + food coloring = great OT/sensory play (add in color and letter/sound recognition and spelling for older kids who still need the OT) Used this for my preschool class...they loved it.just make sure you tape them shut or they will pop them :) by natalie-w

hair gel + food coloring = great OT/sensory play (add in color and letter/sound recognition and spelling for older kids who still need the OT) Used this for my preschool class...they loved it.just make sure you tape them shut or they will pop them :) by natalie-w

The Velcro Bottle – Remove the label from a detergent bottle by soaking in hot water and scraping it off with a butter knife. Attach small pieces of Hook Velcro to the bottle. Attach small pieces of Loop Velcro to small toys. The bottle’s screw cap makes for nice storage. The child must stabilize the bottle while removing the toys to insert inside.

The Velcro Bottle – Remove the label from a detergent bottle by soaking in hot water and scraping it off with a butter knife. Attach small pieces of Hook Velcro to the bottle. Attach small pieces of Loop Velcro to small toys. The bottle’s screw cap makes for nice storage. The child must stabilize the bottle while removing the toys to insert inside.

Is your child's behavior truly a behavior or could it be an underlying sensory processing problem? Come find out! | www.GoldenReflectionsBlog.com

Is your child's behavior truly a behavior or could it be an underlying sensory processing problem? Come find out! | www.GoldenReflectionsBlog.com

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