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Allied Therapy News for July – Busy as a Bee!

Updated: Sep 6, 2023

This month we have fun bug-themed activities the whole

family can take part in.


The best part is you can support your child’s learning and therapy goals while

also having fun using our suggested games and activities!




Children playing with plastic bugs and tweezers




Gross Motor Activity


Draw several flowers and a beehive on the sidewalk with chalk. In this game,

pretend you’re a bee trying to get all the flowers. Jump from flower to flower

and pretend to collect all the honey then run back to the beehive.

Child drawing with sidewalk chalk






Fine Motor Activity


On a table, arrange a few pieces of painter’s tape in lines to create a

spiderweb, with the sticky side facing up. Using pompoms as bugs, slide or flick

them to get past the spiderweb without getting stuck. For every bug that gets

past the web, you get a point!


poppoms






Book and Game of the Month


Book "The Very Hungry Caterpillar" and Game "Wobbly Worm"

Read The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle

Play Wobbly Worm by Spin Master



Speech and Language Activity


You can work on sequencing, predicting, and practice a lot of vocabulary and

speech sounds while reading The Very Hungry Caterpillar.






If you have any concerns about your child's development, we offer in home

and virtual care in all of Nova Scotia.


Check out our services here and let us know how we can help:




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