Can you believe that July is upon us? This month’s Occupational Therapy calendar is full of backyard summer fun activities that build skills using sensory processing components. These are great activities to get the kids moving and developing skills using the senses.
In case you’ve missed it, I’ve been sharing monthly calendars where you can find themed activities designed to build developmental skills using the senses.
These calendars and activities are backed by expertise, education, and experience as an Occupational Therapist.
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July Occupational Therapy Calendar
This month is all about backyard summer fun and creative ways to incorporate sensory input into summer activities.
There are a few easy steps you’ll need to do to get the calendar:
1. Join our newsletter list. (You’ll get occasional emails full of awesome ideas for parents, teachers, and therapists.)
2. Print out your July calendar and activity sheet. You’ll need the activity sheet to follow along and complete the activities each day during the month.
3. Try all of the activities.
These activities are sure to keep away the summer boredom. Many kids who receive school-based OT are on a break from their school-based therapy services and are following a summer program. These ideas are perfect for adding to a summer therapy program or just doing for fun!
Are you looking for Occupational Therapy activities to beat the summer OT slide? What are you doing to work on certain goal areas?