Activity Lists

Lists of phonemes, blends, words, minimal pairs, phrases, sentences, and/or paragraphs to use in your sessions

Search lists of concepts (OT), exercise routines (PT), idioms (ST), foods (FT), and many other lists that can be directly applied in your sessions.

8 activity lists

(Mixed list) How do I do a jumping jack?

Steps to teach a jumping jack

6 items | by Virginia Ingram

(Mixed list) Questions on Dressing Weather Appropriate

A collection of questions regarding dressing appropriate for the weather. This is best used with the Dress Weather Appropriate Resource

10 items | by Bethany Ayer

(Sentence list) Sense of Sight/20 min Easter Egg Decoration

After the Resource activity, additional questions about the movements of different animals: frog, duck, caterpillar, bee, butterfly, and turtle. Can be used alone, simple and short.

6 items | by Teodora Gajic Bakic

(Mixed list) Kiki wants you to draw a Ladybug

Use the following steps to draw a ladybug. You can do this with a piece of paper/whiteboard or an electronic whiteboard or with the Draw a Ladybug resource.

7 items | by Virginia Ingram

(Phrase list) Move as the Rainbow Scavenger Hunt

This activity is meant to illicit gross motor movements. Use the list to encourage the activity shown. If there are no things in the session area that have the corresponding colors, the therapist ...

6 items | by Bethany Ayer

(Phrase list) One-, two-, and three-step directions – Kiki is Flying

A collection of directions to be used with the Kiki is Flying comic.

20 items | by Kim Luster

(Mixed list) Fine Motor Activities

This is a list of activities to improve fine motor skills. It would be good for OT, PT and SLP to use with adults or kids with supervision.

16 items | by Kim Luster

(Mixed list) Butter Recipe

A recipe for making butter. This activity can be used in Occupational, Feeding, Physical, or Speech Therapy.

8 items | by Virginia Ingram

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