- Ability to print name from memory (rote graphomotor skills)
- Ability to draw a person (body scheme and visual motor skills)
- Ability to orient to a visual model to replicate a design (visual perceptual and visual motor skills)
- Ability to print the lower case alphabet on a writing line (either from a visual model or from memory, depending on the child) (graphomotor skills)
- Ability to color in a boundary line (fine motor control and precision)
- Ability to cut on a jagged line (scissor skills and eye hand coordination skills)
- Ability to tie a bow (fine motor coordination and dexterity)
I hung my OT friends worksheets in the hall by my office. After the first marking period, I may have them complete this worksheet again to see what kind of growth they have made.
I also find the worksheet useful for a discussion on the types of things we will work on in OT. Giving the kids a long term plan definitely impacts how they see treatment sessions.