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OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY Teletherapy 18 WEEK BUNDLE PREK - 6TH GRADE

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    THIS RESOURCE IS THE RESOURCE YOU NEED FOR 18 WEEKS OF WEEKLY ACTIVITIES FOR PRE-K THROUGH SIXTH GRADE!!!

    LOOK AT EACH PRODUCT CAREFULLY TO MAKE SURE THIS BUNDLE FITS YOUR NEEDS!
    ** CHECK YOUR PURCHASES CAREFULLY TO MAKE SURE YOU HAVE NOT ALREADY PURCHASED ONE OF THESE 9 PRODUCTS. THIS IS MY FULL BUNDLE OF ALL 9 PACKETS. IF YOU JUST NEED ONE OR TWO, BUY AN INDIVIDUAL PACKET*** THIS IS REPETITIVE FORMAT AND HAS LOTS OF VISUALS. Please look at the preview before buying.

    FOR EARLY ELEMENTARY: This is 18 weeks worth of distance learning fun / workbook (or even in person therapy!) that includes a weekly session of gross motor warm ups, copying sentences, visual perceptual game, directed drawing with writing and check out activity! Since this has directions for student to print to complete the worksheets AND the same set of activities but for digital use (students look at PDF and writes on their own paper, so no print), you can easily do this as a distance learning session or teletherapy via computer or tablet. This means you can still use this in person! This is perfect for occupational therapists, special education teachers and others who want to work on these skills. This makes it easy to plan sessions and saves you time!
    Each week includes 2 pages of targeted lessons:

    • A gross motor warm up ( 4 exercises)
    • Copy 3 sentences and color in the pictures. The first 3 weeks include just copying the sentence. The second 3 weeks is fix the letter size and spacing of the sentences.
    • Visual perceptual game -Minute to win it (look at approximately 30 pictures and try to pick out the same picture, ie: How many turtles can you find in one minute?)
    • A 5 step drawing and then students write about their picture. These include: short answer (4 weeks) and fill in the blank (2 weeks)
    • A check out – what was their favorite activity this week?

    Look at the preview to see what 1 week looks like!
    What’s included:

    • Page 4: Visual schedule
    • Pages 5-17: The printable worksheets with WEEKS written at the top
    • Pages 18-30: The DIGITAL PDF workbook with WEEKS written the the top (same activities as 5-17)
    • Pages 31-43: SAME activities as 5-17 without weeks written on the top. This makes it so you can give in any order.
    • Pages 44-56: SAME DIGITAL activities as 5-17 without weeks written on the top. This makes it so you can give in any order.

    FOR PRESCHOOL: This includes of check in, gross motor warm ups, tracing lines (by crayon on worksheet or using finger) visual perceptual game, finish the picture by using simple shapes and check out activity! This work will need to be completed with help of an adult. Each week tries to focus on a different shape (ie: drawing lines down, lines across, drawing circles, drawing square, drawing diagonals etc). Since this has directions for student to print to complete the worksheets AND the same set of activities but for digital use (students look at PDF and writes on their own paper, so no print), you can easily do this as a distance learning session or teletherapy via computer or tablet. If doing this without printing, children need to be able to access the PDF, have a pencil or crayon, and paper. This is perfect for occupational therapists, special education teachers and others who want to work on these skills. This makes it easy to plan sessions and saves you time!
    NOTE: This packet was tough to create because there is a wide range in preschool (age 3-5). Some of the activities maybe easier for some of your student and harder for others. This was hard to create because this is different from many preschool packets I create since this is really focused more on a digital learning experience than hands on activities such as cutting / crafts / fine motor manipulative. Since I know many students cannot print and may not have materials at home, there are no cutting or crafts in this packet.
    Each week includes:

    • Check in. How are you feeling today? This is the same every week. I think this is a nice way to help check in with your student or child and see how they are feeling. In addition, children will work on their body awareness, fine and visual motor skills by coloring in the face or drawing it on their paper.
    • Warm up! Students do simple motor movements with a song (ie: Sing Twinkle, Twinkle while doing arm circles)
    • Trace the lines (simple lines to trace). (Print-color and trace. Digital-use finger to trace, and draw on your own page)
    • Visual perceptual game – how many of a certain object can you find?
    • Finish the picture. Note: for the digital version of this game, it instructs children to draw simple thing on their own paper (ie: pig, cake). If children cannot draw this, an adult in the home can draw these simple pictures.
    • A check out – what was their favorite activity this week? This is the same every week.

    What’s included for each of the packets:

    • Page 4: How to send individual PDFS
    • Page 5: Visual schedule
    • Page 6: Link to songs. I am not affiliated with these songs. These are external links to YouTube that were active at time of creation of this product.
    • Pages 7-19: The printable worksheets with WEEKS written at the top
    • Pages 20-32: The DIGITAL PDF workbook with WEEKS written the the top (same activities as 7-19)
    • Pages 33-45: SAME activities as 5-17 without weeks written on the top. This makes it so you can give in any order.
    • Pages 46-58: SAME DIGITAL activities as 5-17 without weeks written on the top. This makes it so you can give in any order.


    UPPER ELEMENTARY: ARE YOU DOING DISTANCE LEARNING, TELETHERAPY OR SENDING WEEKLY WORK, TO YOUR UPPER ELEMENTARY (3rd -6th GRADE) STUDENTS for occupational therapy, fine motor, visual motor and visual perceptual skills?This is 18 weeks worth of distance learning fun / workbook (or even in person therapy!) that includes a weekly session of gross motor warm ups, copying sentences using best handwriting OR TYPING (on separate document) this is not editable, visual perceptual game, drawing with opinion/narrative/sequence writing and check out activity!!
    INCLUDES THE WEEKLY PDFs IN THREE DIFFERENT FOLDERS FOR NON-PRINTABLE AND PRINTABLE RESOURCES!
    Please read the description carefully and look at the product preview carefully and make sure that it fits your needs. Since this has directions for student to print to complete the worksheets AND the same set of activities but for digital use (students look at PDF and writes on their own paper or type, so no print) AND a third set that has instructions for students to type on a separate document (not into this document, this document is not editable), you can easily do this as a distance learning session or teletherapy via computer or tablet. This means you can still use this in person! This is perfect for occupational therapists, special education teachers and others who want to work on these skills. This makes it easy to plan sessions and saves you time!
    Each week includes:

    • A check in (same every week).
    • A motor warm up. (i.e.: Jump the same way as the arrows, clap the opposite way of the arrow, do the same action as the string of pictures, muffin-clap, cereal- jump, etc).
    • Fix 3 sentences. This includes sentences that are not the right size or space. Students must fix the sentences using their best handwriting.
    • Visual perceptual game -Minute to win it (look at approximately 30 letters. How many commonly reversed letters can you find? Circle the letters or words in alphabetically in order.)
    • A multistep writing prompt that aligns upper elementary writing including narrative, opinion and sequencing. Topics include making a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, steps to do homework, how to be a good friend, are dogs or cats better pets and more.
    • A check out – what was their favorite activity this week? (Same every week)

    What’s included for each packet:

    • Three separate folders with the weekly PDFs saved.
    • Page 4: Directions if you need to save any PDFs individually.
    • Page 5: Visual schedule writing
    • Page 6: Visual schedule typing
    • Pages 7-19: The printable worksheets with WEEKS written at the top
    • Pages 20-32: The DIGITAL PDF WRITING workbook with WEEKS written the the top (same activities as 7-19)
    • Pages 33-45: The DIGITAL PDF TYPING workbook with WEEKS written the the top (same activities as 7-19) (remember students cannot type directly onto this document).
    • Pages 46-58: SAME activities as 7-19 without weeks written on the top. This makes it so you can give in any order.
    • Pages 59-71: SAME DIGITAL WRITING activities as 7-19 without weeks written on the top. This makes it so you can give in any order.
    • Pages 72-84: SAME DIGITAL TYPING activities as 7-19 without weeks written on the top. This makes it so you can give in any order.

    If you love this product, please leave me feedback. If you find an error, or have a suggestion, please email me: EmpoweringOT@gmail.com I am happy to work with buyers to make them happy :)
    As a reminder, this is only 1 license for the person who purchased this product and the students on the caseload / classroom. Please support your fellow therapist and direct others to purchase this product from my store. This cannot be posted on websites or other areas where multiple people can access this resource. You can directly email to students, put on secure website (ie: google classroom, schoology, showbie, etc). You cannot post to public website (blog, school website that is not password secure) or Facebook group (ie: files section) or other place where others can access for free. All rights reserved.
    DISCLAIMER: By using this, you agree that this activity is not intended to replace the advice of a physician or occupational therapist. Information provided should not be used for diagnostic or training purposes. Please speak with your physician or OT if you have questions. Stop any activity if you are unsure about a child’s reaction or ability. You should discontinue anything if you do not know your child’s reaction or ability. Empowering OT takes no responsibility for how this is used
    Check out my teacher pay teacher store for more resources: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Empowering-Ot-By-Dr-R

    This is perfect for independent centers, full class, therapy, early finishers, practice, and therapy groups.

    This type of activity can support hand strength, visual scanning, visual perceptual skills, visual motor skills, age appropriate grasp, crossing midline, and fine motor skills.

    This is perfect for RTI / MTSS / 504 / IEP as an intervention for preschool. This could also be used in a center. This is also a perfect activity for occupational therapists OT, teachers, speech pathologists SLP, special education teachers SPED and other school professions while working on skills!

    I am a school occupational therapist who has a doctorate in occupational therapy. I work closely with special education and general education staff adapting material. This is where I get my inspiration for this material. I have used my materials with a variety of children with different disabilities including learning disabilities, dyslexia, autism, sensory processing disorder, ADD, ADHD, visual impairments, deaf/hard of hearing, cerebral palsy, down syndrome and more.

    DISCLAIMER: By using this, you agree that this activity is not intended to replace the advice of a physician or occupational therapist. Information provided should not be used for diagnostic or training purposes. Please speak with your physician or OT if you have questions. Stop any activity if you are unsure about a child’s reaction or ability.

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