Fun and Functional Therapy
The ability to maintain attention from the beginning to the end of a project is a necessary skill that we carry with us from toddlerhood. Here are some simple ways to help teach this skill:
1. puzzles (age appropriate)
2. blocks: building or clean up.
3. coins in a piggy bank.
4. Household chores: sorting laundry, sorting silverware, cleaning a spill, filling the toy trunk,...
These activities are language rich opportunities to follow directions and learn vocabulary with labels, colors, textures, prepositions, and more.
Lauren Norwood M.Ed. CCC-SLP Certified Speech Language Pathologist American Hippotherapy Association Level 1
Lauren B. Norwood