This letter formation activity for teletherapy sessions is one that is perfect for virtual sessions. Use the slidedeck to upload right to your Google classroom or other teletherapy platform. You can go through the slides along with the child, or use them as an independent occupational therapy home program without individualized intervention from the occupational therapist. There are many underlying skills that play a part in letter formation. When using them in OT interventions, therapists can intervene with specific adaptations, modifications, and strategies to help kids improve on various skill areas such as visual motor skills, fine motor skills, motor planning, bilateral coordination, crossing midline, sensory processing, core strength, balance, positioning, and more.
“Scribble Theme” Letter Formation Teletherapy SlideDeck
This free virtual therapy session outline goes through several areas:
Fine Motor Skills/Motor Planning/Direction Following
Visual Motor work/Fine Motor Skills
Yoga/Calm Down/Gross Motor/Balance
This free virtual therapy activity set can be used in face-to-face interventions, too. The options are pretty much limitless.
Along with the worksheet is one that I created as a free printable that went out to The OT Toolbox newsletter list.
In the printable worksheet, children can work on letter formation and writing letters in a small space. Kids can copy the letters and then copy the scribbles into the boxes at the bottom. This printable page is free for you today, too! Bonus news is that when you access this freebies, you’ll be entered onto The OT Toolbox subscriber list. Win, win, win, right? Don’t worry, you can unsubscribe at any time, if you like.
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