This list of resources covers all of our best classroom strategies and tips for school success. From sensory processing to posture to recess to circle time to walking in line to handwriting – we’ve got you covered!
Classroom Strategies & Tips for School
Sensory Strategies for School
These sensory strategies will help teachers and others support kids to be able to attend, participate, and engage in learning activities throughout the day – no matter what their sensory needs are!
Recess is a great time to provide support and intervention to kids who need to work on developmental skills! Learn more by clicking on the links below!
The Therapist Informed Classroom Mini Course
Teachers everywhere are feeling burned out and overwhelmed by classrooms full of kids who simply don’t have the basic readiness skills they need to be successful in the classroom.
The Therapist Informed Classroom Course is full of strategies and resources from seasoned school-based OTs & PTs to help you engage with your students, conquer challenging behaviors, and support breakdowns in basic skill areas.
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Circle Time Resources
Circle time is one of the most important parts of the school day for younger kids, but sometimes it’s a struggle! These tips and strategies can help to make sure kids are getting the most out of circle time activities.
Transitioning between activities throughout the school day can be hugely challenging for some kids! These fun and supportive transition strategies can make the school day run more smoothly.
Fidget Tools & Alternative Seating
From DIY fidget toys to tips for introducing fidget toys and other sensory tools in the classroom – these resources will come in handy for teachers and school based occupational therapists.
Assistive Technology & Apps
Want to learn more about assistive technology and apps to support kids in the school setting and beyond? Check these ideas out!
Positioning, Posture & Core Strength
When it comes to participation and engagement in the classroom, functional posture and positioning is key! Learn more about how core strength contributes to learning and how to provide support to kids who need it!
Active Learning & Hands-On Learning
Some of our favorite activities are ones that combine movement and learning! These active learning activities will provide tons of great inspiration, whether you’re a therapist, teacher, or parent!
Self regulation strategies are among the most common aspects of child development that parents and teachers ask us about as pediatric therapists. Here are some of our best tools and strategies to support emotional regulation in kids.
OT & PT Tips
If you’re a school based occupational therapist or physical therapist, these tips are for you!
Printables & Handouts
Looking for printable handouts to share with teachers, parents, and the kids on your caseload? Check out the links below!