Category: perceptual motor

Nerf Target Prize Game

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The Nerf Target Prize Game is a do it yourself activity designed for children with perceptual motor disabilities to practice eye hand coordination.

Technical Specifications: 

Step One: Gather materials.

  • Nerf Gun and “Bullets”.
  • Heavy-Duty Poster Board.
  • Tissue Paper.
  • 12 Hershey Kisses.
  • 12 Plastic Cups.
  • Hot Glue Gun.
  • Scissors.

Step Two: Hot Glue the 12 Plastic Cups to the Heavy-Duty Poster Board.

Step Two: Put one of the 12 Hershey Kisses in each of the 12 Plastic Cups.

Step Three: Trace the cups on the Tissue Paper.

Step Four: Cut the traced circles out of the Tissue Paper.

Step Five: Hot glue the circles of Tissue Paper on top of each cup.

Step Six: Prop the board up on a chair.

Step Seven: Have the child play, try to put a dart through each cup to get to the Hershey Kisses.


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Nerf Target Prize Game

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The Chaos and The Clutter
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The Chaos and The Clurtter is a website/blog administered by Sharla Kostelyk, a mother of 5, with children with special needs. She shares her experience with some homemade sensory products and with her life. She says...

I want you to find happiness in the chaos and the clutter. As a disorganized, creative, scattered, homeschooling mother of seven, including five with Special Needs, I spent years feeling like I wasn’t measuring up to the “perfect” moms I knew.

I would walk around my house, stepping over toys, crunching a dry Cheerio underfoot, passing by a pile of papers, and trying to ignore the mountain of laundry that seemed to grow by the second, and I would feel like a failure. I felt overwhelmed and stressed out and sometimes was grouchy with my kids as a result, only adding to my feelings of guilt.

I tried every organizational system in the book, but mastered none. I was letting the best years with my children slip away and was determined that if I could not change the state of the house, at least I could change my attitude.


At The Chaos and The Clutter, I share with you some of my small victories. I am real. I tell the truth about the imperfect parent that I am. I hope that this will be a place where people can be their true “mismatched socks because there weren’t any clean ones” selves!

My everyday life is never ordinary. Most days, I still feel like I am drowning in the busyness! I don’t pretend to have all the answers, but I will share anything that has helped me, anything that hasn’t, and the humorous moments in between.

Another type of clutter that I am trying to get rid of is financial clutter. There is just no happiness to be found there! We are trying to climb out of debt and I will also share those tips I learn along the way.

I hope that you will join me in trying to find the blessings and the joy in among the chaos and the clutter!