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Your home is full of therapy fun if you can use your imagination. Couch cushions are a great source of playtime fun. Here is one example.

 Let’s Climb!

Place one cushion on the floor next to where you took it off the couch.

Now you have “levels” for climbing. Make it fun by placing some cushions on the floor and covering with a blanket. Now you have a simple obstacle course!

Check out more ideas and games in my books:

1.) My Baby Moves: Toddler Games

Gross motor activities using many popular songs and games with all lyrics and ways to incorporate these into playtime with your child. Don’t miss the opportunities every day to interact and help your child grow stronger through songs and games you are familiar with but might not fully remember!

To download this book, click HERE 


2.) Early Intervention Basics: Birth to Twelve Months

This is a guide to all five areas of development for infants 0-12 months. This covers a description of basic skills for each of the five areas: Cognitive, Motor, Social/Emotional, Self-Help, and Communication. Along with the skills, ideas for helping a child attain these skills are given. More emphasis is given to the motor domains; but all areas of development are discussed. This guide is designed for easy reading and can be used by a student, parent, or therapist wanting to explore some ideas for helping a child expand his or her developmental skills.

To download this book, click HERE