The Learning Curve of Cutting Cutting is a skill that many of us take for granted. And most of us have no recollection of the process it took to learn it. So, when we see our kids struggle or deprive them of opportunities to explore with scissors at a young age, we … [Read more...] about Is My Child Ready for Cutting?
Gift wrapping supports skills needed all year long As you (hopefully) know by now, I always have my OT goggles on; looking for the developmental skills offered in any and all tasks of daily life. My goal at WooTherapy is to share my therapeutic perspective and help you … [Read more...] about Gift Wrapping
’Tis the season for holiday traditions, family get-togethers, and likely a lot of time in the kitchen! Between turkey dinners, baking exchanges, and holiday treats, food is often one of the main attractions this time of year. Do you do any of your holiday cooking with … [Read more...] about Holiday Cooking with Kids
I hope you've had a chance to read about my very favorite therapy tool, The Notorious D.I.E.! Now it's time to start targeting all those amazing skills dice have to offer--fine motor strength and coordination skills, visual discrimination, form constancy, problem solving, … [Read more...] about 15 Fun Family DICE Games
Get Rollin’ Are you pumped to get your child engaged with activities involving dice after reading my post on The Notorious D.I.E? Have you been searching your house up and down for a pair? Still coming up short? No prob! I have a few simple suggestions for you (ehmmm, your … [Read more...] about DIY Dice – 3 Simple Ideas