Twister in Occupational Therapy
Recently, students in occupational therapy have been learning through playing games.
In this game of twister, students are strengthening their core muscles, improving motor planning skills, and learning to differentiate between the left and right side of their body.
Letters that are commonly reversed have been added to the game to work on letter recognition and directionality.
The kids loved it!
– Bethany Jenkins, Occupational Therapist