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Occupational Therapy -> Fine Motor Skills -> Scissor Skills
Scissors skills require vision and fine motor skills to be used in coordination. Occupational therapists address an individual's ability to place the scissors into the hand accurately, manipulate the scissors (open and close), line up the scissors with the paper/line/etc., and hold/manipulate the paper or object with the opposing hand while cutting.
Visual Schedule Cards
- Sarah will cut across a piece of paper in 4/5 trials in 4 /5 sessions, with minimal assistance and 25% verbal cues to promote separation of sides of hands and eye-hand coordination for optimal participation in a school setting. 0
- Hannah will cut simple shapes within a 1/4 ” of the line in 4/5 trials with minimal assist and 25% verbal cues to promote separation of sides of hands and eye-hand coordination for optimal participation in a school setting. 0
- To improve bilateral coordination, Albert will independently cut around simple shapes within 1/8" and no more than 3 deviations from line on 4 of 5 opportunities. 2
Fine Motor Resource. Cutting. Scissors. Occupational Therapy Resource. In the first activity, you can help Kiki put the rainbow back together by cutting out each color strip and placing them back i...Includes activity list
This resource provides shapes that can be traced and steps for laying out the completed shapes to create an image. The patient can then match the completed image they created with one of 3 photos. ...Includes activity list