How to Make "Spring Rings" for Fine-Motor Activities

RecyclingOTPublished: July 21, 2018Updated: July 24, 201817 views
Published: July 21, 2018Updated: July 24, 2018

Children and adults with autism and/or other types of developmental disabilities will be motivated to pull these home-made “spring rings” as they stretch them over a ring stack or pull them off objects (i.e. ring stacks or suspended cord) to insert into container openings.

Pulling on these springy spirals is fun to watch and stimulates the skin, joints and muscles in the process. Manipulating these rings promotes using hands together and motor planning skills. Children with or without disabilities will enjoy all this sensory stimulation and children who avoid touching objects may find them irresistible!

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