My OT Mom E-books TM are full of simple exercises and activities that can be done at home, with resources that you probably already have on hand!
My website is free and accessible, and contains hundreds of photographed activities, reams of helpful information and tips to help you help your child.
However, to make it easier for parents, I have
compiled a lot of my information and activities into affordable e-books that can be downloaded and accessed whenever you
need them. In addition, many of my e-books contain additional activities which are not found on my website.
The individual OT Mom E-Book prices range from $3.50 to $12.50 with great combo deals available.
It is important to note that my website and e-books
are NOT a substitute for occupational therapy.
If your child is struggling, please get an occupational therapy evaluation to get to the bottom of the problem. You can use the activities to supplement whatever therapy your child is already receiving, but please do check with your child’s therapist first.
Most of the activities in my gross motor e-books are exclusive to my e-books and are not found on my website. The gross motor e-books are therefore rich resources of information and activities to build specific skills.
You can read, print out and work through the activities in the e-book, much more easily than trying to find and save pages from my website.
My Gross Motor E-books also contain goal planners and activity planners to help you plan how to incorporate activities into your child's routine.
I understand first hand the financial restraints that parents face, so I have chosen activities that are easily replicated at home and that mostly use inexpensive everyday resources. As with all the activities on my website, real-life photos accompany the instructions.
Click on the individual images to view in-depth descriptions of each individual e-book, or visit the Gross Motor Exercises for Kids page to read a brief overview of all my gross motor e-books on a single page.
There are more than 32 pages of fine motor, scissor cutting and pencil grip pages on my website, so it is a lot to work through! By popular request, I compiled all this information into an accessible format, and created my downloadable fine motor OT Mom e-books.
In addition, there are some activities and tips that are exclusive to my e-books and do not feature on my site. You can read, print out and work through the activities in the e-book, much more easily than trying to find and save pages from my website. My Fine Motor Activities E-book also contains a goal planner and activity planner to help you plan how to incorporate the activities into your child's routine.
While working as a pediatric OT, I had years of experience working with kids in schools as well as in low-income communities. As a homeschooling mom, all 3 of my kids have needed various OT activities at various stages in their development, so all of these activities have been tried and tested at home, with resources I had on hand.
Click on the individual images to view in-depth descriptions of each individual e-book, or visit the Fine Motor Activities for Kids page to read a brief overview of all my fine motor e-books on a single page.
I created these Christmas printable packs to help kids work on their fine motor skills with a Christmas theme. Often, kids with poor fine motor skills feel that they can't make anything look nice, but my Christmas Scissor Cutting and Fine Motor Christmas Activities give them lots of opportunities to do a Christmas activity with a lovely end result.
I also love word searches as a way of helping kids work on visual discrimination and figure-ground perception skills, so I created a bunch that can be used at Christmas-time!
I have spent hours of my time trying to find good visual
perception worksheets for therapy sessions as well as for my own kids. I
even tried making my own, which kind of worked, but looked very
But then I found and used these amazing
printables from Your Therapy Source, and negotiated to have them made available from my website!
I have specifically reviewed and linked to the worksheets and workbooks that I have found most useful in developing and refining kids' visual perceptual skills and visual motor skills. I also looked for those that were the best value for money.
So, these are not my own e-books, but they are ones I use a LOT and recommend highly. Pop on over to my review pages and see them for yourself!
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