Amazing mini robot you learn to program with markers; progressing from simply following a path to preforming tricks and solving puzzles. Any line, made with any marker on any paper! It all starts with a line...
- Jack: The Code and Go Mouse
Meet Jack, the fully programmable robot mouse, this cute little fellow is ready to follow commands to teach sequencing through hands-on coding concepts! Plan a step-by-step path using the 30 double-sided coding cards for Jack to follow. Coding is EVERYTHING right now and motivating to all ages. This little guy makes it easy. Plan your route to get to a specific designated spot, (maybe it is 2 steps forward, turn left, forward three steps) now press the arrow buttons on Jack's back. Laying out the cards will help you plan and remember the steps.
A truly amazing, "one of a kind" piece of equipment! Improve balance, weight shifting, coordination, motor planning, and gross motor skills while strengthening ankles, legs and core musculature. the "spoon shape" lets you replicate most board sports in any location and on any surface, inside or out. virtually indestructible, the balance boards safely hold 250+ pounds.
Gifts for the "Hard to Buy For"
We all have them and can't avoid them; the "hard-to-shop for" people on the list. They seem to have everything and need nothing! Well, before you order them another fruitcake, take a look at the items below. We've compiled some of our favorite, unusual items that most people won't have already.
Thanks Pinterest Friends for Some Great Ideas
Easy To Make Gifts For Anyone
Puzzle Piece Art: You will need an old puzzle and something to glue the puzzle pieces on to. Paint the pieces or leave them plain then form them in a heart. "We Love You To Pieces" can be added to your project.
- Form the pieces in to a design or shape.
- Use a pair of tweezers or wood tongs to pick up the pieces.
- Cut puzzle piece shapes out of cardboard.
- Use your old holiday cards or blank ones to cut a puzzle piece from.
Handprint Menorah: All you need is paper, paint and little hands. Any relative will love those little menorahs!
Rudolph the Red nose Reindeer Hands!
Snowman Family Hand
The Rudolph Hokey Pokey and Santa is His Name-O are two fun variations of favorite children's songs. Click on the pictures below to bring you to some fun You Tube videos we've found.
Click on Rudolph for a fun Rudolph Hokey Pokey!! And put your right hoof in and shake it all about!
Santa is his Name-O- Click on Santa for this fun sing along song!
Never the Wrong Size or Color
Gift certificates available in any denomination! Good for any age and always appreciated.
Compiled by Lisa Walker OTR
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Kids love stencils. They're drawn to them. Stencils offer the promise of creating a picture that really looks like something (something that they could not draw on their own)! But tracing around the edges of a stencil is difficult and often frustrating. So here's a neat trick - place the paper on the wall. Tape it in place for those that need it. Then place the stencil on top and ask the child to color in the stencil. Use crayons or pencils with back and forth movements. For more success, peel the crayon and hold the barrel lengthwise and rub it across the paper.The result is a shaded-in drawing that is easier to do and looks pretty good! You can also tape the stencil in place, if needed, but holding it in place is a great upper extremity workout! Have fun with this!