Use an enticing game to add power to shoulders, arms, and hands by adding a simple twist to this classic children’s activity.
Do you have students who are troubled by anxious energy, the overwhelming need to move, or difficulty with focus?
Whether you are a parent, teacher, or therapist, do you know children who would benefit from play experiences and practice performing tasks that do not come easily?
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