Today’s free therapy slide deck is a fun one. It’s a Unicorn slide deck for telehealth to work on visual perception, eye-hand coordination, and visual motor skills. Your favorite unicorn fan will also love the unicorn writing prompts that come on unicorn worksheet tasks. Check out these unicorn activities for big therapy fun!
The unicorn activities listed in the free resource below go well with some of the other activities we have:
Unicorn Activities- Visual Perception Slides
In this slide deck, you can work on various visual perceptual skills with kids: visual memory, visual attention, visual figure ground, visual discrimination, and form constancy.
There are various slide deck activities to help kids with skills of handwriting, learning, and functional tasks.
There are unicorn puzzle activities that require the user to discriminate between details on the slides. Check out these resources for more information on visual perceptual skills:
- Visual motor skills
- Spring Visual Perception Activities
- Free Visual Perception Packet
- How Vision Problems Impact Learning
- What is visual attention?
Unicorn Writing Prompts
Also included in the slide deck are handwriting activities. Kids can write unicorn words, copy the letters and focus on legible handwriting as well as copying skills.
There are also unicorn writing prompts included. You’ll find sentences that encourage writing longer writing tasks. Depending on the user, you can make this more structured or less structured and ask that users write a full sentence, or several sentences. You could even use these writing prompts as a group writing activity.
Finally, when you access the free slide deck in the form below, you’ll also get unicorn worksheets as well. These particular activities work on various areas:
- pencil control
- visual perceptual skills that impact handwriting
- visual spatial skills
- line awareness
- fine motor skills.
Want to add these unicorn activites to your therapy toolbox? Enter your email address into the form below to access the visual perception/handwriting activities and the pencil control sheets.
NOTE: Due to increased email security settings, many of those using school district emails, clinic, or other work email addresses have indicated increased difficulty accessing these free resources. It’s recommended to use a personal email address to access these materials.
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 email@example.com.