Have you ever thought your child was being super like lazy because their handwriting is a big mess? You know that they can write better, they can write neater, they can write legibly because they have done it in the past. Right? They’ve done it before so clearly, they’re just being lazy. Maybe that…Read More
Hey parents, have you ever asked your child to write neater so you can understand their handwriting? Have you ever asked them to not be so messy when they write because you don’t understand them? Then sometimes you end up getting worse handwriting then before you said anything. I have parents just like you that…Read More
Do you have a student or a child that you can’t read their writing because all the words are bunch together? In this video, We are talking about spacing between words, the spacing between letters and how we can get our children to leave the right amount of space. This is a visual perception skill…Read More
Did you know that gross motor skills are the foundation for your child’s development? They are responsible for posture, coordination, sustain attention, among other super important skills. I’m sharing with you my top 3 gross motor skills activities that will help your child to develop these skills while having fun! Do you want more occupational…Read More
If you have a toddler or preschooler, this is the stage where you need to help your children to strengthen their fine motor skills. Fine motor development is a combination of joint mobility, muscle balance, motor planning and, it’s even related to his ability to pay attention! Here are my top 5 go-to activities to…Read More
You bought a pencil grip and your children or students are using it for everything but to write. When our children are starting to use the pencil grip we need to be aware that this is a new skill they are learning. What I want parents and teachers to know that when we are introducing…Read More
Should my kid be using a pencil grip? This is a common question I get from parents and teachers alike. And my answer is:“What’s your reason for wanting a pencil grip?” If you are a home-school parent or a teacher to preschool children, I’ll share with you some tips on what you need to teach…Read More
Should we teach preschoolers capital letters or lowercase letters first? This a debate I hear quite often, so in this video I’ll talk from my perspective and experience as a pediatric occupational therapist. Here you will learn the arguments for teaching capital letters first or both at the same time. I’ll also provide you some…Read More
Help your preschooler to strengthen all the muscles of his hand with these 2 basics but very important fine motor activities: coloring and cutting using scissors. These pre-writing skills are designed to prepare your children to improve pencil grasp and handwriting. In this video I’ll share with you easy coloring and scissor activities that you…Read More
What are the basics your preschooler needs to know BEFORE learning formal writing? In this video we cover why learning basic shapes are really important when they are learning letters. Also, what is the most common mistake I see in the classrooms and how to solve it? I’ll share with you fun activities and ideas…Read More
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Do you notice your child doing any of the following?
o Using an awkward grip.
o Difficulty recognizing letters
o Letter or number reversals
o Illegible writing
o Difficulty with hand dominance
o Issues with spacing between words.
o Placement of letters on lined paper
o Writing is too large or too small
o Struggling with learning
If you answered yes to any of the above, Nicole can help. Call Today.
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