I love stickers for all ages! Stickers are easily adapted to the kids skill level.
- Dollar Tree Stickers
Stickers a great way to address occupational therapy goals! Here are some goals I address with stickers:
- Pincer grasp (removing the sticker from the backing, placing it on the paper)
- Frustration tolerance (removing the stickers from the backing, getting them unstuck from fingers)
- Sensory Integration (Stickers are sticky! Some kids can't stand the stickiness. Some kids are under responsive to tactile stimulation, have kids search for the stickers placed on their hands or arms without using their eyes)
- Peel the backing off so the stickers are easily removed (the outline around the stickers).
- Peel sticker half way off so the child has to finish the task.
- Place stickers along the a line or make letters with the stickers placed next to each other
- Matching game (match the stickers)
Pumpkin is Shelly's favorite time of year!