Get your kids ready to go back to school with these fun fine motor activities that will have your child’s hands ready for writing and cutting! Affiliate links used below. See our full disclosure. Summer is a great time to experience new things. But it’s also a great time to “sneak” in activities that will help your kids develop the fine motor skills they’ll need for the school year. Today, my friend and fellow OT...
Mega List of Toddler Meal Ideas
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Your toddler is now eating real food and you need ideas to get food in their belly that quick, nutritous, and safe! Grab this list to make getting breakfast, lunch, and dinner on the table fast and easy.
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Get The Types of Foods That Picky Eaters Actually Eat!
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You’re kinda worried about your picky eater’s nutrition, not to mention the struggle trying to prepare a family meal that everyone will actually eat! And, you need some insider tricks and tips for foods that picky eaters won’t turn their nose up at.
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Are There Sensory Red Flags You Could Be Missing?
Sensory Needs in Kids
It’s so frustrating that your child always tantrums, seems edgy, or doesn’t listen. Or, maybe they have some weird quirks and habits that you don’t get? But, you can’t shake the feeling that something deeper is going on. It could be related to their sensory processing!
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How to Teach Your Baby or Toddler to Eat Table Foods
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It’s alarming when your baby refuses or has trouble chewing their food. They may spit it out, gag, or refuse to even try. You need a plan! How about 10 simple steps to teach your baby the way to eat their food.
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Whether your child has a fine motor delay or not, these three tricks are perfect for improving fine motor skills in your child. They don’t require any special set up, just some small adjustments to the activities they’re already participating in. Last year, at my youngest son’s preschool parent teacher conference, it was suggested that I consider occupational therapy to improve my son’s fine motor skills. As a pediatric occupational...