Below are links and book selections that will provide you with help with fine motor, eye hand coordination, visual motor, and sensory motor activities and information. This is not an all inclusive list and will be updated frequently so check back often! If you have a suggestions or want to link your page, please contact me. I am open for suggestions!
Sensory Integration and the Child by Jean. Ayres, Los Angeles: Western Psychological Services, 2005.
Raising a Sensory Smart Child — A Definitive Handbook for Helping Your Child with Sensory Processing Issues by M. A. Biel, OTR/L and N. Peske, Penguin Books, 2009
Sensational Beginnings (Sensory and Motor Activities for Infants and Toddlers) by M. Bitsis and M. Schafer, KidBuilders, Houston, TX
Early Intervention Every Day! Embedding Activities in Daily Routines for Young Children and Their Families by M.J. Crawford and B. Weber, Paul Brooks Publishing, 2014.
The Out-of-Sync child: Recognizing and Coping with Sensory Processing Disorder by C.S. Kronowitz and L.J. Miller, New York: Perigee, 2005
Sensational Kids – Hope and Help for Children with Sensory Processing by Lucy Miller, OTR, Penguin Group, 2014
Understanding Your Child’s Sensory Signals by Angie Voss, OTR, ASensoryLife.com 2013
Understanding Your Baby’s Sensory Signals by Angie Voss, OTR, ASensoryLife.com 2014
Assistive Technology in Special Education by Joan L. Green, 2019
Do2learn — Resource of hands-on suggestions and information for parents, teachers, professionals and care providers of children with special needs. Printable activities and game ideas
Mamaot — Blog written and kept current by a mother who is also a pediatric OT. She provides advice and education as well as ideas to help with various motor activities and ways to address sensory processing problems.
TherapyStreetforkids — A resource for parents and teachers looking for therapy activities that can be done at home or school with easy to find items.
OTToolbox – Link for free printables and a wide variety of activity packs (some can be purchased) for helping children in the classroom with all kinds of fine motor, visual motor and sensory motor needs.
Understood — Site for understanding more about attention and focus issues, ideas for fine motor activities and development and other misc. ideas of interest
Qiat — Quality Indicators for Assistive Technology – resource for learning environments and excellent community for questions and concerns for students needing AT.