Occupational therapy school worksheet

What is the theory behind this Occupational therapy school worksheet?

As children grow older, they need to learn many things, such as taking care of themselves, managing education as well as maintaining hobbies. One of these includes organization skills. Organizational skills help children to take care of their belongings, not getting overwhelmed, managing their time, prioritizing tasks and strategizing to achieve a goal.

Occupational therapy helps clients in achieving a level of organization so that their lives are not disorderly. A disorganized lifestyle causes more mental distress

How will the worksheet help?

Through this worksheet, children will learn to distinguish between the categories of objects and where they belong. This will help them in cleaning up the clutter after them in day to day life. 

How to use this worksheet?

To use this worksheet, clear out the clutter and put them in any of the three (school bag, laundry or kitchen counter). every item has a number above it. Write that number below the empty space where you think it belongs.

Occupational therapy school worksheet


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