Occupational Therapy Resources
Fine Motor Skills
Visual Motor Integration
- Shape Tracing
- Tracing and Connecting Shapes
- Letters of All Sizes A-Z Tracing
- ABC Warm Up (A-Z)
- Visual Closure
- Letter Bubble Detective
- Finish the Shapes
- Cut and Paste
- Connect the Shape
- Connecting Parts
- Connecting Parts – 2
- Which Number Would Be the Same If You Completed the Missing Parts?
- Visual Scanning – What Letter is Missing?
- Visual Scanning – What Shape is Missing?
- Monkey Maze
- Activities to Promote Grasping Skills
- Great OT Websites to Use with Autistic Students
- Therapy Fun Zone
- It’s a website of websites! Here you’ll find OT blogs and websites (examples: a ‘101 OT Ideas’ blog that provides numerous ideas for activities, and ‘Handwriting with Katherine,’ offering handwriting strategies and techniques.)
- The OT Toolbox
- This popular site includes Occupational Therapy ideas, crafts, handwriting and cursive writing activities, for visual perceptual skills and sensory processing.
- OT Toolkit Blog
- Dedicated to sharing experience, knowledge and resources to make your job easier! Includes a 630 page resource manual, with 283 patient handouts and 85 treatment guides.
- Your Therapy Source Blog
- An online resource for special education, pediatric occupational and physical therapy publications to provide pediatric therapists, parents and teachers with educational resources.
- Your Kids OT Blog
- This informational blog for parents, teachers and therapists offers creative ways to make learning fun.
- The Anonymous OT
- This is an amazing place for families and professionals to interact and share their experiences related to pediatric occupational therapy. The blog offers information about pencil grasps and writing sensory goals, among many other topics.
- Print Path
- Developed by a school-based occupational therapist (following her passion for teaching handwriting), Print Path provides fun and engaging methods for children to learn essential fine-motor and self-regulation skills.
- Growing Hands on Kids
- This website offers free materials, activities, and ideas from several resources, all geared for parents, teachers, and occupational therapists. The site has 6 main sections, including hands-on activities, child development, tips, special needs, and behavior & sensory processing.
- Tools to Grow
Some free resources for pediatric therapists with additional resources available by subscription.
- Free website with resources to teach typing to students, extra features available for educators who sign up.