Fun Activities that Develop Buttoning Skills

RecyclingOTPublished: July 3, 2017Updated: July 5, 201736 views
Published: July 3, 2017Updated: July 5, 2017

Children with sensory processing disorders or developmental disabilities such as autism- may find it challenging to learn how to open and close buttons. The adaptations shown in this video are designed to make learning easier by using large materials and repetition. So parents, teachers and therapists consider making "button squares", "button stringing", "button rings" and "button boards" to develop these hand skills. Learn more on my website at RecyclingOT.com

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