Pathways to Coordination. Diane Dous, an occupational therapist with Qu’uwtsun Smuneem Elementary School, has provided Zone’in with the following slides titled “Pathways”. Pathways is an innovative therapy technique designed to improve visual and motor integration and coordination.
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Diane Dous, an occupational therapist with Qu’uwtsun Smuneem Elementary School,
has provided Zone’in with the following slides
Pathways is an innovative therapy technique designed to improve visual and motor integration and coordination.
Please feel free to use these ideas in your own school!
Station 2 – CrossoversMoving in the direction of the arrow, step with your Left (L)foot on the blue “X” and then your Right (R) foot on the green “X”.
Station 3 - Hands UpStarting at either end of the line, place your Left hand on each blue strip and your Right hand on each green strip as you move along the wall.
Station 4 - The MazeStart at either the open, outside end or else in the centre, inside end of this blue line. Walk along the line without stepping off.If you started at the outside, spiral back out again.If you started in the inside, spiral back in.
Station 5 - Left and RightStarting at either end of this line, place your Right foot on the green sections and your Left foot on the blue sections, as you walk to the end of the line without stepping off.
Station 6 - Hop on Each FootHop with your Left foot on each of the blue strips, and hop with your Right foot on each of the green strips.You can start at either end.
Station 7 - Bunny HoppingHop with your Left foot on the blue strip, and your Right foot on the green strip, as you hop forward along this pathway.
Station 8 - DiamondsWith your Left foot always on one of the blue lines, and your Right foot always on one of the green lines, either shuffle or walk to the other end of the diamond.