Halloween Craft Ideas

October 2, 2018|OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY (OT), ARTS & CRAFTS, EXECUTIVE FUNCTION, FINE MOTOR

I love holiday crafts! Arts and crafts are a great way to have your child work on fine motor skills while giving you a chance to break out of your typical, boring occupational therapy (OT) work! Click on the image below and have a TON of fun working your way through all these craft ideas!

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