http://www.YourTherapySource.com  This activity idea encourages sensory motor skill development.  You should adapt the activity based on the children's physical abilities.  Here are some suggested way to use an indoor ladder path.  Visit http://www.YourTherapySource.com for more sensory motor activity ideas.

This activity idea encourages sensory motor skill development. You should adapt the activity based on the children's physical abilities. Here are some suggested way to use an indoor ladder path.

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Concise and informative information on the 'evils' of W-sitting from a pediatric PT. Lots of other great developmental tips and tricks here too.

But they look so cute when they do that?!- W-Sitting

As a pediatric physical therapist, and as someone who has torn both their ACLs by the time they were I cringe whenever I see anyone sitting in the W-sit position. So what is W-sitting?

Help Your Child with Motor Planning - Kids who have problems with motor planning have difficulty getting their body to do what it needs to do. These activities can help them use their body and brain better together.

Help Your Child with Motor Planning - Kids who have problems with motor planning have difficulty getting their body to do what it needs to do. These activities can help them use their body and brain better together!

I frequently get asked where you can find norms to measure core strength in children.  As pediatric therapists, we sometimes use supine flexion, prone extension, modified sit ups and push ups as measures of core strength.  I don’t usually refer to the norms but more look at the quality of how the exercise is performed …

Norms for Core Strength in Children - pediatric therapists use supine flexion, prone extension, modified sit ups and push ups as measures of core strength.

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Add rug gripper to floor game pieces for nonslip activity . Your Therapy Source - www.: Rug Gripper and Gross Motor Skills

You Know Your Toddler Can’t Motor Plan When…

My daughter and son are both healthy, strong, typically developing children who met most of their milestones on time, and some early.

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Encouraging Physical Motor Skill Development in Young Children | Childhood101

Encouraging Physical Motor Skill Development in Young Children

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Pediatric Physical Therapy Activity of the Week: Therapeutic Play with Playdough - - Pinned by #PediaStaff. Visit http://ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

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