Occupational Therapy -> Gross Motor Skills -> Sequencing

Sequencing

Sequencing is used when completing multi-step gross motor actions. Sequencing also requires motor planning. Occupational therapists often address gross motor sequencing skills through games and obstacle courses.

Resources

  • I Slouch, You Slouch, We All Slouch preview

    I Slouch, You Slouch, We All Slouch

    Teodora Gajic Bakic, MOT, OTR/L

    Physical Exercise Resource. Core Strength. Body Posture. Straight Back. Group Resource. Family Resource. Caregiver Resource. Caregiver Handouts. Teacher Handouts. Hard Work. Comprehensive.

  • Wild Wednesday Animal Moves preview

    Wild Wednesday Animal Moves

    Whitney Castle

    Have fun acting out these wild animal moves

  • Make Your Own Sunflower - Summer Solstice preview

    Make Your Own Sunflower - Summer Solstice

    Teodora Gajic Bakic, MOT, OTR/L

    Fine motor art and craft activity. Skills involved: cutting, folding, pinching, accordion folding, and gluing. Adult supervision is needed for younger and students with coordination issues.

  • September Recipe Apple Crisp With Slides preview

    September Recipe Apple Crisp With Slides

    Teodora Gajic Bakic, MOT, OTR/L

    Feeding Resource. Sensory Integration Resource. Tactile Resource. Olfactory Resource. Recipe. Language Resource. Sequencing resource. Occupational Therapy Resource. Speech Resource.

    Includes activity list
  • Butter Recipe preview

    Butter Recipe

    Virginia Ingram, MS, CCC-SLP

    This is a recipe for making butter that can be used in just about any therapy session. The recipe is very easy but requires persistence and the ability to stay on task. Prep ideas: • Print and lami...

    Includes activity list

Visual Schedule Cards

Reference links

  • Effects of Exercise and Physical Activity On Anxiety Author: Elizabeth Anderson1 and Geetha Shivakumar1,2, - Exercise and cognitively based distraction techniques were shown to have equal effectiveness at reducing state anxiety, however, exercise was more effective in reducing trait anxiety (Petruzzello et al., 1991).