This Snowy Day Movement Story is great for working on motor planning, balance, coordination, problem solving, concentration, self-regulation, core strength and body awareness while having tons of fun!
Creative movement ideas have become a specialty of ours not only at The Inspired Treehouse but also at our non-profit location, The Treehouse. As a team, we can turn just about any theme into a movement-packed, developmental skill building activity!
Last winter, we came up with this cute Snowy Day Movement Story for our Movement Adventures Webinar to engage our preschoolers and encourage them to use their imaginations. Movement stories are great for working on motor planning, balance, coordination, problem solving, concentration, self-regulation, core strength and body awareness while having tons of fun!
Snowy Day Movement Story
This 18 page story starts just like this:
“One day, it snowed and snowed and snowed. It snowed so much that there was no school! “What should we do?” Asked the kids. “Let’s play outside!” They decided. But first, they needed to put on their winter clothes.”
As the story progresses, the kids get dressed to head outside, participate in tons of fun snowy day activities, then come back inside for a special treat — a nice, warm nap!
This movement story is excellent for a push-in activity or a co-treatment session between OTs, PTs or SLPs.
Grab your copy below, laminate it for longevity and amp up your therapy sessions with something new!
This story would be perfect to pair with one of the following snowy activities for a whole-body sensory motor lesson plan!
Our Favorite Snowy Day Activities
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