ARE YOU LOOKING FOR INTERACTIVE MOTOR STATIONS, MOVEMENT OF THE WEEK PROGRAM, and THINGS TO COMPLEMENT YOUR SENSORY PATHWAYS FOR YOUR STUDENTS, THAT YOU CAN DO ALL YEAR LONG? This bundle features ALL of my motor room stations and my movement of the week program. This includes general motor stations, fall, spring, summer and winter. The general components are:
These stations can also help to support self regulation by teaching students exercises that can be performed when feeling heightened. In addition, this is perfect for working on core strength and balance.
This is perfect for a WHOLE class break, small group or individual students or to supplement sensory pathways! Please only download if you understand these instructions.
This engages students in different sensory motor strategies and can supplement sensory pathways or motor rooms. This is perfect for general education students but also students with Autism spectrum disorder, ADHD, ADD, sensory processing disorder, and other special needs. This can be used with general education, RTI, MTSS, special education, occupational therapy, speech language pathology, and social work.
This supports core strength, crossing midline, coordination, gross motor, and motor planning.
I am a school occupational therapist who has a doctorate in occupational therapy. I work closely with special education and general education staff adapting material. This is where I get my inspiration for this material.
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