School based therapists are frequently working on gross motor skills in small spaces. I’ll bet you’ve worked in crowded classrooms, hallways, under stairwells and even closets.
You have to come up with creative ideas to get students moving without the benefits of a large gym or outdoor space! Here are five gross motor activities for small spaces that will help.
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For more gross motor activities:
The Joy of Movement: Lesson Plans and Large-Motor Activities for PreschoolersThe OT’s Activity Book: Worksheets created by a pediatric occupational therapist for fine motor, visual motor, and visual perceptual development303 Kid-Approved Exercises and Active GamesGross Motor Fun, Grades PK – 2