Torn Paper Owlets - We began by drawing the owl step-by-step and ripping brown paper to create the owl's feathers. Ripping the paper was a great way to work on fine motor skill development. The students practiced cutting by tracing two cups for the yellow
The children in art class experience what it's like to draw with their feet and mouths (and elbows! This is not only a fun, action art experience, but it gives them a new appreciation and gratefulness for their hands.
Good info for parents of kids with sensory processing disorders. The Seven Senses: Learn about the two senses we didn't learn about in school. Includes activities for different ages to encourage balance and spatial development!