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This is a fun Winter themed pack that covers lots of skills ! It is great for classroom centers, individual therapy sessions, and the Special Needs Classroom. The student will write, cut, paste, draw, pinch, and trace.
This pack has several fun ways to work on Fine Motor skills with a Winter theme. I include activities for varying levels of ability. As a traveling therapist, I work with kids at both ends of the spectrum. Teachers in Special Education classrooms do this as well. It is nice to have several options in one purchase that offer something for everyone while still all working under the same overall theme. Pages 3-12 are tracing and cutting practice worksheets. Try taping/clipping the paper on a vertical surface with tracing to work on shoulder stability. This is important for controlled use of the hands and fingers.
Page 14-15 are templates to use with various types tongs, and even clothespins, to place marshmallows, cotton, etc. “into” the cocoa and on the sweater. I like to order tongs from Therapy Shoppe. They have many options and are usually reasonably priced. Look under “fine motor fun”, then “pinch/grasp and finger isolation skills”. Pages 16-18 are Winter clothing word trace and write. I created the single line page for those student who may not yet be able to make letter fit inside the boxes. Pages 19-20 are Winter shape tracing. You can laminate and use with dry erase markers , copy as worksheets, or make a mini booklet. Page 8 is a cut and paste sentence sequencing worksheet. I love these because you get to see them performing several skills at one time. These are good to keep to show in meetings with the parents to show progress. Page 21 Is a trace and write worksheet . Page 22 is a cut, paste, and write worksheet. Pages 23-24 are count and clip activities. Laminate the picture strips and numbers for durability. Cut out the two picture strips. Cut numbers out individually and glue onto clothespins. I like to use both standard sized clothespins and miniature ones. You may want to write the numbers on the miniature clips using a permanent marker. Page 25 can be used in several ways. Print 2 copies for matching. In therapy sessions, I like to have the kids ride the scooter to pick up the matches and write the words on paper or a chalk board. You can also use the pictures on page 25 for a Write Around the Room activity. Hide the cards around the room. Give the students a copy of page 26 to write the clothing names on. Matching color pictures to black and white outlines is a great challenge for little eyes. Page 27 is a pre-writing shape practice page.
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