You will need: An empty Tissue box Black, white and Orange Construction paper Straws OR Adaptive chopsticks (You can purchase here at MissMancy’s SHOP) Tissue paper The Activity: This is a nice way to work on oral motor skills and awareness of breath. I created a penguin using a square Kleenex box. I cut out
Parents ask me all the time to recommend toys for the Holidays. So here is a little list of some of my favorite games that work on a fine motor component. You can purchase all these items directly on MissMancy’s website either on my SHOP page or on my AMAZON SHOP! Enjoy! #1 Cranium Cariboo:
Shaving cream is such a fun sensory experience for your child. For children that demonstrate tactile defensiveness, I would only introduce this activity once a child trusts you and knows you well. I usually start to play with it myself, I don’t initially push them to touch the shaving cream but I then take their
One of the BEST tools I have found when working with children that have sensory and/or behavioral issues is to provide them with a visual schedule. I am blessed with the ability to draw so most of my sessions begin as follows: I sit down with the child and we decide together on 3-4 activities
LOVE LOVE LOVE these!!!! This is such a fun way to teach letter formation to young children with a Halloween twist! You can purchase this activity on MissMancy’s Shop. Draw letters that contain horizontal, vertical and diagonals only (A,E,F,H,I,K,L,M,N,T,V,W,X,Y,Z). Give children a sack of bones and have them practice their letters!!!