Occupational Therapy Cone Activities
Occupational therapists love using cones to develop bilateral grasp, reaching skills and eye-hand coordination. Clients develop postural control and balance as they reach for cones while in a variety of positions such as kneeling or standing on top of a dynamic surface (such as a horse!). Clients with poor attention may be motivated to engage in hand activities such as the vibrating cone stacker. Try placing the cones on the floor and the vibrating cone stack on a high surface across the room to incorporate lots of movement into this sensory activity.
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