Learning Beginning Letter Sounds with Fine Motor Practice
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Learning Beginning Letter Sounds with Fine Motor Practice is a Do It Yourself activity for children with learning disabilities who have fine motor disabilities, Dyspraxia or Ataxia, to work on coordination, motor learning, motor planning, and learning alphabet sounds. It is meant to be done in therapy or in the classroom but may also be done at home.
Therapist/Caregiver will need:
- hole punch
- printable piece of paper
To use: Say random words that begin with the letters on the printable and have the child use the hole punch to punch the letter that the random word begins with as the OT or caregiver says the words aloud (ex: "boy" for boy, "n" for no)