Thank you for grabbing the Christmas Occupational Therapy Activity sheets. Use these activities in a month of play based on developing the underlying skills needed for function and independence. Each activity promotes underlying areas such as fine motor skills, sensory processing and exploration, visual processing, visual attention, visual motor integration, bilateral coordination, eye-hand coordination, direction following, and so much more.
The activities can be cut out and glued to clothes pins for increased fine motor strengthening. Ask children to move the clips when they’ve completed an activity as they countdown to Christmas.
This will be a month-long time of memory making while promoting healthy development that will foster function on into the new year.
Want to get the free printable of 25 Christmas Occupational Activities? Click on that link and you can grab it there.
You will be able to read more on each Christmas Occupational Therapy Activity listed on the activity “ornaments”.
Looking for more Christmas-themed activities?
- Make a last minute Christmas Advent Calendar using the Occupational Therapy activities described in the free printable
- Write a letter to Santa or a holiday Thank You note using Christmas Modified Handwriting Paper.
- Practice fine motor skills with these hole punch Christmas Trees.
- Create a Kid-Made Fine Motor Christmas Card.
- Try one or three of these 40+ Christmas Sensory Bin Ideas.
- Get crafty and try some of these kid-made Christmas Ornament ideas.
- Explore the season while addressing Sensory Processing issues using this Christmas Sensory Processing guide. It’s got activities for the whole season and sensory coping strategies to help kids who struggle with sensory processing difficulties.