The Wondrous World of Seldom See by Eiry Rees Thomas

Developmental Play and Learning celebrates Eiry Rees Thomas and her award-winning series about the Flitlits. After first encountering the Land of Fussbut, Seldom See, I was overwhelmed. How do you start in describing this incredible world? It is not like anything I have ever experienced before. Each word on the page is placed to make […]

Lipa Knight Gallops into Heroic Learning

Lipa Knight by Lipa Learning is a fabulous introduction to early STEAM activities. Set in the times of knights, princesses, and evil cyclops, gameplay centers on building ever increasing complex bridges so that our shining knight can rescue the princess from the cyclops’ lair. Building activities keep kids active in the process of doing, and […]

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Handwriting Heroes by AppyTherapy

Handwriting Heroes by Cheryl Bregman OTR/L of AppyTherapy is a developmentally dynamic learning to write app, where the emphasis is on a kinesthetic progression of letter formation rather than a more traditional linear A-Z format. Every teacher, parent, and clinician need an arsenal of learning to print apps in their toolbox to keep motivation high, and Handwriting Heroes […]

Lipa Train by Lipa Learning

Choo Choo! Lipa Train needs an engineer to steer the train through the countryside to pick up fruit and get it delivered! This app is part of Lipa’s series for preschoolers (4-6 y/o) teaching skills in prediction and anticipation, as well as helping to coordinate vision with motor functions. It is part of Lipa’s core […]

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Toy Fair 2017 – An OT’s Perspective

Just walking into the Javits Center for Toy Fair 2017 is both thrilling and a jaw-dropping splendor to behold. From an Occupational Therapist’s perspective, it is like winning the lottery three times in a row. OT’s deal with human occupation or looking at how people spend their time – and not only what is preventing them from […]