Learn to Move, Move to Learn!
Sensorimotor Early Childhood Activity Themes
Jam-packed with creative theme-based group lessons, this resource follows a sensory developmental sequence consisting of seven activities related to the theme. For maximum flexibility, suggestions for adaptation and modification for individual students are included, along with instructions for how to develop additional lessons. The companion DVD, Learn to Move, Move to Learn: Dinosaurs
, which you can find in related products, gives a first-hand view of real children engaged in a dinosaur theme-based sensory motor lesson and thus sparks ideas for other similar activities.
MEET THE AUTHOR
Jenny Clark Brack, OTR/L, BCP (AOTA Board Certification in Pediatrics), is a licensed pediatric occupational therapist with over 25 years of experience as a school-based occupational therapist, independent contractor for early intervention services, private practitioner, speaker, consultant, author, and inventor. Ms. Clark currently owns a pediatric therapy private practice Jenny's Kids, Inc. She received her bachelor's degree in occupational therapy and graduated with distinction from the University of Kansas. She is published in professional journals, such as OT Practice, Occupational Therapy Forum, and Journal of Occupational Therapy Students. Additionally, Jenny has written a book on sensory processing entitled Learn to Move, Move to Learn: Sensorimotor Early Childhood Activity Themes , and more recently has written a sequel Learn to Move, Moving Up! Sensorimotor Elementary School Activity Themes (AAPC 2009). In addition, she has published two DVD's Learn to Move: Dinosaurs, a companion to her first book, and Sensory Processing Disorder Kit: Simulations and Solutions for Parents, Teachers, and Therapists (AAPC 2006), which won the Media in Excellence Video award from Autism Society of America. Jenny's newest publication is a music CD, Sing, Move, Learn which accompanies the songs in her first book. Jenny is the inventor of the Patent-Pending Cool Bracelet (www.abilitations.com). She has spoken both nationally and internationally on a variety of topics, including sensory integration/processing.