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Occupational Therapy -> Gross Motor Skills -> Motor Planning
Motor planning or “praxis” is planning and carrying out a motor movement or sequence. Motor planning is required in any action we make that is not reflexive or automatic. Motor planning is required for fine and gross motor activities.
- Sense of Sight/20 min Easter Egg Decoration 1
- Snowman Dance Actions: Word list 1
- Two-step directions involving body movements 3
- Examples of symmetry in nature for 9 year old 1
- How do I do a jumping jack? 2
- One-, two-, and three-step directions – Kiki is Flying 0
- Move as the Rainbow Scavenger Hunt 1
- Butter Recipe 1
- Crossing Midline 0
Visual Schedule Cards
- Jane will actively participate and complete 10 min of upper body strengthening activities, including animal walk, plank, inchworm, and similar weight-bearing activities with modeling in 4 /5 sessions, to increase upper-body strength and awareness. 0
- Joesph will complete a 5-5 step obstacle course without loss of balance or bumping into objects with no more than 5 prompts on 90% of trials, over 5 therapy sessions, to demonstrate motor planning skills. 4
Physical Therapy Resource. Exercise Resource. Movement Resource. Occupational Therapy Resource. Blossom with Kiki using these exercises as a session outline or warmup activity.
Sensory Integration Resource. Occupational Therapy Resource. This is meant to be a sensory activity which can assist with reducing tactile sensitivity, encourage pre handwriting skills (by drawing ...
Have fun with these animal moves as a great exercise and gross motor activity. This activity can help with sensory/emotional regulation, calming techniques, balance, coordination, and strengthening...
Physical Therapy Resource. Occupational therapy Resource. Outdoor. Print and laminate sheets then cut out each arrow. Place arrows on the floor facing different directions.