Spring Occupational Therapy Activities

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There might just be a turn in the weather! With a new season comes a new set of occupational therapy activities for the school-based occupational therapist or the OT working in early intervention or an outpatient clinic. I’m excited to share an update to our Spring Occupational Therapy packet that now has a TON of therapy tools and Spring activities to develop various skills like fine  motor, gross motor, visual perceptual, handwriting, sensory tolerance and play, and more. Use these Spring OT ideas in everyday play!

Use these Spring Occupational Therapy activities to promote skills like fine motor work, gross motor skills, bilateral coordination, eye-hand coordination, and more, all with a spring theme!

Spring Occupational Therapy Activities

Looking for fun ways to add a creative spin to therapy sessions this time of year? You’re in luck! This week on The OT Toolbox, you’ll find loads of Spring activities. Each day, we’re rounding up activities, ideas, strategies, and tips that all have a Spring theme in common. Use these activities in your therapy plans to meet the specific needs of kiddos. 

Here’s what you can expect this week on The OT Toolbox:

Spring Fine Motor Activities

Spring Gross Motor Activities

(with shoulder stability, balance, coordination, and core strengthening activities at the focus!)

Spring Sensory Activities

Spring Visual Perception Activities

Spring Handwriting Activities

So, be sure to check out each link above to load up on creative ways to promote healthy development of kids!

Working on occupatioanl therapy goals? Here are OT activities designed to use a spring theme for fine motor skills, gross motor skills, handwriting, visual motor skills, sensory processing, bilateral coordination, and more.

There’s more…
This time of year, one of our more popular products here on The OT Toolbox is our Spring Fine Motor Kit!

Colleen Beck, OTR/L is an occupational therapist with 20 years experience, graduating from the University of Pittsburgh in 2000. Colleen created The OT Toolbox to inspire therapists, teachers, and parents with easy and fun tools to help children thrive. As the creator, author, and owner of the website and its social media channels, Colleen strives to empower those serving kids of all levels and needs. Want to collaborate? Send an email to contact@theottoolbox.com.