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Craft With Purpose
Amiee Johnson MS, OT
This ongoing class will guide students through the steps of making fun and entertaining crafts! All crafts will incorporate hand strengthening, fine motor skills, sensory exploration, or bilateral coordination with the help of a pediatric OT!
Does your child love crafts? Would you like for them to make crafts that could improve fine motor and hand strength? If yes, this class is for you!! Crafts can be a fun way to help your child gain hand strength, improve fine motor skills, explore different sensory experiences, and improve bilateral coordination, without even realizing it!! This ongoing class will guide students through the steps of making fun and entertaining crafts! There will be a supplies list posted in the classroom a...
Students will engage with other student while making unique crafts that target hand and finger strength, sensory exploration, and/or bilateral coordination.
I am trained as an Occupational Therapist. I have come across so many children that could use a little extra support, whether they qualify for services or not. That is why I put together this class and others like it. I hope this class will be helpful for ALL children and give extra ideas for things you can continue to do at home. Please note that this is not a therapy session, as I have not evaluated your child and do not know specific areas they may be struggling with. I will be teaching students how to make crafts that generally target hand strength, fine motor skills, sensory, and bilateral coordination. Participation in this class can benefit all learners but should be taken with parent support and supervision as needed. If your child has significant deficits, weakness, or loss of muscle tone, it is best to consult with their Pediatrician for advice and treatment options.
Homework OfferedMost projects will be completed in class, however on occasion the student may be asked to finish outside of class if time is limited.
A supply list will be posted in the classroom a week before the class. Here is a list of common items we may use: Crayons Markers Paint Scissors Paper Construction paper News paper Paper plates Glue Pipe cleaners Beads Glitter String Yarn Cornstarch Cotton balls Buttons Empty water bottle Rubber bands Old sock/fabric Popsicles sticks Google eyes Magazines Paper clips Shaving cream Hair gel Q-tips Macaroni, corn, beans, rice
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Meet the teacher
Hi! My name is Amiee! I am so excited to be teaching you! I am trained as a Pediatric Occupational Therapist and have been teaching children for over 10 years. I work in the school system supporting students of all abilities from age 3-12 years...
1x per week
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(19)
Completed by 61 learners
Live video meetings
3-8 learners per class