14 Oct Bubble World
Get a bowl full of bubble mixture, a bubble wand, and a fan. Instruct kids on what you want them to work on. For example: clap the bubbles, pop with your pointer finger, follow the bubble with your eyes only, grab at the bubbles. Try putting on fun, upbeat music and see the pace of the children change with the music as they pop the bubbles. This game will help your child work on bilateral coordination if you have them clap, finger isolation if you have them use their pointer finger, and visual motor skills if you have them track the bubbles with their eyes. Also fun to do outside in the yard, barefoot to encourage tactile input by stepping on the grass.