Developing Fine Motor Skills

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  • Our easy-to-use switch adapted scissors make class participation and craft activities possible for even the most profoundly impaired.
  • ADL BoardsSKU #7006
    Build the fine motor skills necessary to dress independently by practicing on our four specially designed dressing boards.
  • Terrific for truck and puzzle fans alike, our new plastic 3-D puzzle trucks are fun, environmentally sustainable and easy to assemble, even by children with fine motor skills challenges.
  • The recessed button on this uniquely designed switch encourages practice of fine motor and finger isolation skills needed for mastery of computers and touch screen devices. This product is also available at a discounted price if you order it as part of our Switch Special Offer - #736W
  • Everyone loves this ball! A super lightweight soft ball that is easy to grip and hold with its handle-like ribs. Just pull the ring for soothing vibration or give it a shake for a gentle bell sound.
  • This multi-talented sea creature is a one-octopi orchestra! Activate a switch to hear Ollie play one of four classical tunes.
  • Pull BallSKU #416
    Like having a miniature tetherball court in your home or classroom, this best-selling multi-sensory toy lights up and plays music when users pull on the ball.
  • Introduce addition and subtraction with our best-selling stacking blocks.
  • This multi-purpose toy provides exercise, therapy and amusement for those with limited mobility. To view accessories for this item click accessories tab below.
  • Our 22-piece set includes balls of all sizes, textures, firmness and colors to provide an array of visual and tactile sensory experiences.
  • Ideal for the blind and visually impaired, this unique puzzle teaches shape recognition by having students match its eight colorful, textured shapes to their proper places on the puzzle board.