Simple Weaving Shapes for Children with Autism

RecyclingOTPublished: February 6, 2018Updated: February 8, 2018
Published: February 6, 2018Updated: February 8, 2018

Here is an easy to make activity that develops eye-hand coordination. Young children and older individuals with developmental disabilities such as autism may enjoy the repetitive nature of weaving the shapes together or taking them apart.

This fun activity strengthens hands and helps to develop the motor control required to cut with scissors and write.
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