Monthly Archives: March 2018

Move to Learn Monday: Catch a Falling Star

It’s Move to Learn, Monday! Today, I am sharing one of my favourite books, How to Catch a Star by Oliver Jeffers. Why is it a favourite you ask? It is a favourite as it allows me to do two great things with kids – 1) move and 2) foster a growth mindset. The term […]

12 Occupational Therapy Recommendations to Help with Bedtime & Sleep

It’s World Sleep Day! Do you know that 1 in 4 Canadian children are not getting enough sleep at night? Not only does this lack of sleep make parents crazy, but it also profoundly impacts children’s mental and physical health, their learning and achievement, and their overall well-being. To help, we are bringing back one […]

Toy Talk Thursday Catch the Fox Printing Hack

It’s Toy Talk Thursday! The toy we are hacking this week is Catch the Fox! The game in which you have to save the flock and stop the fox. As an Occupational Therapist, I am always exploring different ways to build skills during play. Catch the Fox is a great game to play to build […]

Zingo Movement Break

Move to Learn Mondays are back! Yippee! As an OT, I am frequently asked for ideas for classroom movement breaks. As many of you are aware, I am big fan of embedding movement into curricular activities. However, when you are looking a movement break and you want a little diversity, a great game to have […]