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Fun exercises to do at home! - Occupational Therapy

Fun Exercises to do at home!

Bring the zoo into the home 😀 Give these animal walks a try with your little one. It helps with developing gross motor skills, core strength and it’s loads of fun!

As OTs we use these animal walks in session to help the child develop core strength and gross motor skills in a fun way to keep them engaged. However, it is just as important that the child practices at home too!

If a child has poor core strength, it means that they will have difficulty doing fine motor tasks like handwriting and participating in movement activities like school sport.

If a child has poor gross motor skills, it means that they will have difficulty participating in games and activities with same aged peers such as running, skipping, throw and catch, kicking, etc.

If you are looking for occupational therapy assessment or intervention, contact us to arrange an appointment at our new centre in Oak Rd, Kirrawee. Email

- Christine

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