Take a Break from Sensory Play for Fine Motor Books

Take a Break from Sensory Play for Fine Motor Books

5 Types of Books I Love as an Occupational Therapist & Mom


As a mother & Occupational Therapist, I love reading with my children.  Let's take reading up a notch and add in some fine motor benefits with these kinds of books:

1️⃣ Lift a flap books
2️⃣ Poke A Dot books
3️⃣ All Better / Command following books
4️⃣ Sound button books
5️⃣ Various texture books

⬇️ Some of the benefits ⬇️

📚 Lots of fine motor skills: lifting the flaps, pointing to count, poking the dots, turning the pages, etc)
📚 Command following: clean it, kiss it, and put a bandaid on it OR count the frogs and push the correct number button.
📚 Tactile Exploration: Touching various textures and identifying them. Soft, scratchy, rough, bumpy, etc.

Do you kids reading as well?

A great addition to reading for fine motor practice is sensory play. Our Farming Friends sensory kit that comes with non toxic play dough

OR check out our sensory subscription box to get a fun, at home sensory activities every month!  Next month we have the cutest little sensory box with our Candy Cane Lane KIT going out on December 1st.  

Don't forget about our  Christmas play doh, play doh accessoriesmini playdough kit  and extra jars of our play doh!


Nikki, Sensationally OT

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