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Sensory motor activities for early development

By: Chia, Swee Hong.
Contributor(s): Gabriel, Helen | St John, Cathy.
Publisher: Milton Keynes Speechmark Publishing 1996Description: x, 93 p. ill. 30 cm.ISBN: 9780863884184.Subject(s): Gabriel, Helen | St John, Cathy | EARLY INTERVENTION | MOTOR ACTIVITIES | MOTOR SKILLS | SENSORIMOTOR DEVELOPMENT | SENSORIMOTOR SKILLS | DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES | CEREBRAL PALSY | DYSPRAXIA | PROFOUND INTELLECTUAL AND MULTIPLE DISABILITIES
Contents:
Acknowledgements. - Introduction. - 1. Getting started. - 2. Activities to stimulate sensory and body awareness. - 3. Activities for encouraging basic movement. - 4. Activities to promote hand skills. - 5. Activities to enhance spatial and early perceptual skills. - 6. Working in small groups. - 7. More creative ideas. - Bibliography. - Useful organizations.
Summary: Describes gross and fine motor activities which can be used with children who need help in basic movement, sensory and body awareness, perceptual skills and refinement of movement. Ideal for use with children who have profound learning disabilities, cerebral palsy and dyspraxia.
List(s) this item appears in: Speechmark Publications CM May17 | Dyspraxia. August 2018
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Acknowledgements. - Introduction. - 1. Getting started. - 2. Activities to stimulate sensory and body awareness. - 3. Activities for encouraging basic movement. - 4. Activities to promote hand skills. - 5. Activities to enhance spatial and early perceptual skills. - 6. Working in small groups. - 7. More creative ideas. - Bibliography. - Useful organizations.

Describes gross and fine motor activities which can be used with children who need help in basic movement, sensory and body awareness, perceptual skills and refinement of movement. Ideal for use with children who have profound learning disabilities, cerebral palsy and dyspraxia.

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