Fine motor tasks offer the opportunity for students to actively engage in structured tasks that emphasize the foundational skills of basic jobs and routines. Participants will create a variety of tasks with a clear beginning and end that teach isolated skills which eventually can be chained together into more complex routines and skill sets. Examples include: use of direction words (take off, put in, etc.), prepositions, matching, and sequencing. These skills enhance collaboration of the learning communities amongst a variety of professionals.
Rachael Nielsen- NWSE Behavior Consultant
Free to NWSE member districts/ $15 for out-of-district
Northwest Special Education Cooperative, Elizabeth, IL