Fine Motor Crazy Punch Dots! Tween Themed
By: Jan McCleskey, MA, OTR
Crazy Punch Dots! Tween Themed for fine motor therapy. Created by Jan McCleskey, MA, OTR from The Handwriting Clinic in Plano, Texas for use in schools to promote a blend of academic goals and fine motor goals! Fine Motor Skills are important! Crazy Punch Dots for Center Time or Therapy, is a fun way to work on:
1. Eye Hand Coordination
2. Pencil Control
3. Grasp Development
4. Sequencing to follow a maze/pattern.
Developed by Jan McCleskey, MA, OTR from The Handwriting Clinic in Plano, Texas - this fun, tween themed activity is perfect for centers and table top work. Perfect for Kindergarten through elementary, special education, as well as for students in occupational therapy. This is perfect for special education classrooms with older students who need lower level work, but not babyish themes!
Print and cut out clip art from file
Place over craft foam or a mouse pad
Use a golf tee or other puncher, to punch along the dots.
Also included is a therapeutic adaptation to work on grasp development using a TIP grip/golf tee to further enhance dynamic control of a pencil - by bending and pointing the last joint of the thumb. (instructions included).
FUN! Tried and tested at The Handwriting Clinic in Plano, Texas. Punching is one of the students favorite fine motor labs!