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72. Fine Motor Skills (When Students Don't Qualify for OT)

72. Fine Motor Skills (When Students Don't Qualify for OT)

Update: 2024-04-23
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Tune in for simple teacher tips to help young students. improve their fine motor skills during a busy school day in special education settings. You'll learn how to make these activities part of your regular classroom routine without needing extra time. This ensures that all students, even those who might not qualify for occupational therapy, get the help they need to develop skills that are important for school and everyday life.

Need more straightforward tips on how to incorporate fine motor skill development into your teaching? Check out this blogpost from Positively Learning Blog:
https://positivelylearningblog.com/fine-motor-skills-puzzles-the-best-task-boxes/

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72. Fine Motor Skills (When Students Don't Qualify for OT)

72. Fine Motor Skills (When Students Don't Qualify for OT)

Jennifer DeBrosse