Plastic Manipulation Snowman

RecyclingOTPublished: December 24, 2017Updated: December 26, 201738 views
Published: December 24, 2017Updated: December 26, 2017

Weaving the plastic snowball head onto the snowman's body develops strong fingers and dexterity. Parents can cut plastic to make clothing, attach hair, buttons, buckles or tie on a scarf so that children can manipulate the snowman or snow woman who never melts.
This is a great way for typically developing children or those with fine motor challenges to develop eye-hand coordination during pretend play.
Check out the Recycling Occupational therapist website for more activity adaptations that build hand skills:

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