|Learning Resources Handy Scoopers|
Adding tweezers to the task makes it more challenging. Older children enjoy the extra difficulty of using tweezers. Chop sticks are cheap (or sometimes free) and make great tweezers.
|Eazy Grip Tweezes|
Rainbow Tweezers are less than a dollar each and are designed ergonomically. They are great for kids of all ages and skill-levels. I love the bright colors and the fact that they come in a bucket for easy storage.
There you have it, folks! Many more awesome sets of tweezers are available on Amazon and in catalogues for children with special needs. Anytime you use tools for an activity, you provide a fun way to change (adapt) that task. Kids absolutely LOVE new ways to do old things!
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Cara Koscinski, MOT, OTR/L is the mother of two children with special needs. She homeschools and works as a pediatric OT. Her books, The Pocket Occupational Therapist for Caregivers of Children with Special Needs and The Special Needs SCHOOL Survival Guide are available on her website at www.PocketOT.com or wherever books are sold.
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