5 Mandalas to Practice Pencil Pressure! is a set of 5 mandalas designed for users with upper extremity and neurological disabilities to color. Mandalas have been used with children and adults to encourage mindfulness and self expression. These simple mandalas have been created for children to work on pencil pressure by being mindful about the depth of color placed on their work. Children may use brush markers, pencils or textas to fill in these pages. They could also be printed on transparency s
Alphabet Coloring Sheets are coloring pages with letters on them designed for pre-readers and writers to practice fine motor skills and to learn letter identification, word association, and sound matching. The illustrations are of common objects, large, and simple with a pleasing to the eye blue color raised line. There are a total of 26 sheets in each set, each representing a letter of the alphabet. Color the picture AND the name of the object (below the picture) AND the upper case and lower ca
Art for All Language Kit, model LK-AA, is a painting and drawing activity and language tutorial program designed for use by individuals with cognitive disabilities. Concepts addressed are art tools and how they are used, colors, and counting and graphing using M & Ms. The kit includes a book written with limited vocabulary and repetitive lines using Mayer-Johnson Picture Communication Symbols; an interactive computer book that combines text, pictures, speech, and sound; and a songboard, word
These Art Visual Supports and Schedules are art class visual supports designed for students with Autism and learning disabilities to add to the sensory experience and reduce anxiety and frustration in art class. Add schedules, visuals, rules and communication supports to art activities with this resource. Art projects can be challenging for students with autism. Setting expectations and providing communication supports can help reduce some of these challenges. Use these visuals during class art
The Color Changing Markers is a set of nine color changing markers designed for children with upper extremity disabilities to use. They are long-lasting, non-toxic, water based markers. Child may draw the color on the barrel of the pen, then use the Magic White Pen to change to the color on the cap of the marker.
DIY Scissor Skills Practice is a do it yourself activity for children to practice their scissor skills, coloring, spatial and visual skills and to create a Summer picture.
The DIY: Sidewalk Chalk “Pops” is a do it yourself activity designed for children with upper and lower extremity disabilities to create and participate in physical activities such as hopscotch, tic-tac-toe, toy car racetracks, hangman, bean bag toss, checkers, creative chalk photo props, etc.
The DO-A-DOT™ Markers with Braille Color Identifiers is designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. The braille labels are perfect for blind and visually impaired individuals and the large size and easy to grasp shape make the markers a great choice for children with special needs who have minor motor challenges. These markers are a great match for our Color N Paint Books and will afford blind and visually impaired children hours of painting fun. There are no cups or brushe
Dogs Clothespin Puppets are a do it yourself activity designed for children with sensory processing disorder and upper extremity disabilities to create and play with.
The Draw and Tell Apple application is designed for Occupational Therapists to use with patients age 5 and under during sessions. This application offers the option to record the child’s voice as they’re drawing. The Draw and Tell offers a huge array of colors, pencils, paint brushes, crayons, stamps, and stencils and also plays music (optional) while the child draws.
Edit It Color By Sight Words Mystery Pictures is an early learning activity for students learning to read. Recommended for students ages Kindergarten to 2nd grade. It is a printable PDF (Acrobat) Document File.
The Etch A Sketch, model 7002, is a switch-operated drawing activity designed for use by children with severe physical or upper extremity disabilities. This switch-adapted version of the classic Etch A Sketch has four built-in switches to enable the user to draw in horizontal (right and left) or vertical directions (up and down). To erase, remove the Etch A Sketch from the base and shake. The base also has four external jacks for capability switches (not included) if required. POWER: Uses 6 C ba
Fidget Pencils are available in packs of four, and each of the four pencils has a different "fidget" near the eraserhead of the pencil that can be transferred to other pencils. Stay alert by fidgeting with the wing nut, the nut and bolt and two other fidgets. OPTIONS: Pack options: 4 or 24 pack. SIZES: Once size. DIMENSIONS: 9 inches length x 3 inches width x 0.6 inches depth.
WEIGHT: 1.6 ounces. COLOR: Variety. WARRANTY/GUARANTEE: As stated by the manufacturer.
Fold-up Animals is a do it yourself activity to help build fine motor skills such as cutting and drawing for individuals with disabilities.
Free Easter Egg Patterns is a printable with a series of Easter eggs for children with upper extremity disabilities to draw. There are fluency patterns and other shapes for copying. This activity is a great way to encourage spatial awareness, copying, visual motor integration, fluency, and pencil control.
The Glow Dome, model 7501, is a switch operated toy designed for use by children with upper extremity or severe physical or spinal cord injury. Users can color on the dome with one of six brightly-colored glow markers and then activate a connected capability switch (not included) to cause lights to flash, the pictures to glow, and the dome to rotate at adjustable speeds. The set includes six glow markers, two drawing surfaces, and two starter scenes. POWER: Uses 3 double-A batteries. DIMENSION
How to Draw a Lion – Step by Step Drawing Guide is a do it yourself drawing activity designed for children with sensory processing disorder and upper extremity disabilities to do.
The Jumbo Triangular Chalk Sticks are 10 colorful, chunky triangular chalk sticks designed for individuals to easily color with. They are designed to be easy to hold and not roll away.
Kindergarten Worksheets for Kids are designed for Kindergartens with learning disabilities to learn how to write letters and numbers with legible handwriting. They can be used as a supplement with a tactical activity such as shape cards with a sand tray. They can be used with themed manipulatives to make the lesson more enjoyable, and they can also be used as a board game.
Let’s Play School is an educational toy designed for children with learning disabilities ages four to ten years old to play with the supplies included, like a 21-inch chalkboard, pointer, tests, roll book and more.
Make-A-Plate is a drawing activity designed to allow children to create a permanent record of a favorite water-color marker drawing. A special, round piece of art paper is used to create the drawing; the paper is returned to the company and the drawing is imposed on a dishwasher-safe plastic plate. Each kit includes 5 sheets of paper, 1 instruction sheet, a return mailing label/order form, and a pre-addressed return envelope. DIMENSIONS: Finished plates are 10 inches in diameter.
The Peg Domino game is designed for individuals with fine motor disabilities to develop fine motor control, especially the grip needed for drawing and writing, and to develop the skills of matching and ordering. Players attach small, color clothespin shaped clips to the circular gripboard one after the other, matching the colors. Each player tries to use up his/her pegs.
The Picasso Series is a set of four cause and effect training program titles designed for use by children with cognitive or severe physical disabilities. Pressing a switch enables the user to draw and then color a picture while teaching switch use. The program enables the child to capture a paint pallette for each picture. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM and compatible comnputers or Macintosh computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: A Macintosh running MacOS 10.1 or newer, or a PC running Windows XP or new
The Push Pin Poke Drawing Templates are a set of 5 themes with a total of 20 pictures designed for people with neurological disabilities to inspire them to participate in "poke" drawing. These themes include transport, fruit, faces, the garden and shapes. Preparation involves placing a cork mat on the table, then colored cardstock (or paper) and then the printed template. Use a push pin to poke each dot to create a drawing. For the best effect, the child should hold the finished picture up to a
The Raised Line Seasonal Mazes is a set of coloring pages designed for individuals with motor impairment to use. Users color the large maze illustrations from the beginning to the end. Further, the raised lines help to keep user inside the lines. Visually impaired individual can color the path or use a crayon or pencil to follow the wide "road." The mazes are also good activities for promoting motor planning, visual tracking, and visual motor discrimination. Each set includes 4 easy to medium-ea
Sago Mini Doodlecast is an application designed for children ages 5 and under to exercise visual motor skills. This functional application offers kids a drawing prompt and several different drawing tools and colors to choose from. Sago Mini Doodlecast is an activity Occupational Therapists because they can play back the child's whole drawing process, watching how they drew what they drew step-by-step. Supports the development of representational drawing skills. In turn, this drawing activity wou
The School-Rite Galaxy LTRB Activity Template, model 673, is a drawing and spatial orientation activity designed for use by children with eye hand coordination, neurological, or fine motor disabilities. This thick plastic stencil can be used for teaching directionality and training student skills in locating objects. It introduces the concepts of left, right, top and bottom, focusing on physical placement of images within the context of a template. It provides sample shapes for recognition and i
Shadow Drawing is a do it yourself activity for children with learning disabilities to learn about shadow concepts of the sun. The parent or teacher does this with them outside.
With the Sypro Gyro Pen, create three different shapes (squares, circles and triangles) in a seamless transition from small to big and back again. The harder one pushes down on the stylus, the smaller the shapes. Release the pressure and the shapes get bigger. The product is able to help those in need of sensory integration. Clear viewing window allows a user to see moving gear action.
The Squiggle Wiggle Writer is a battery operated vibrating pen that allows the writer to turn straight lines into a series of loops, circles, or curves, depending on how closely it is held to the writing surface. It is designed for use by children with upper extremity fine motor disabilities. It gives the user tactile stimulation and encourages appropriate grasp.
The Stylus Steadier is a do it yourself adapted stylus holder designed for individuals to hold their pencil, paintbrush writing utensil steady. Instructions below.
The Sunflower Paper Craft is a do it yourself activity for children with seasonal affective disorder and upper extremity disabilities to do.
Task Box Labels for Independent Work Stations are watercolor task box labels designed for special education students to add structure to their independent work. Visual schedules will help those students complete station work without constant prompting from staff. This is part of a larger bundle. This is a digital download. The teacher will download, print and prep as needed. No physical items will be sent to the user.
The Emma Pen is designed to steady a person with Parkinson's disease's hand and allow them to draw straight lines and write legibly. The Emma intentionally shakes the user’s arm, interrupting the feedback loop that impedes normal movement.
The Writing Readiness Workbooks are designed for children with upper extremity disabilities to prepare them for handwriting with these great early developmental, tracing and visual perceptual activities. The child begins with tracing vertical lines, then horizontal, circles, etc. to complete the pictures. Then, they color them in and proceed to draw lines to match pictures, again following a developmental sequence of vertical, horizontal, circles, and diagonals. Other activities include drawing