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This page is dedicated to tutorials to make your life easier when it comes to motor skill planning. Many of the tutorials use resources from Pink Oatmeal. That being said, it can translate to several other resources outside of Pink Oatmeal.
If you are a Pink Oatmeal All-Access Pass Holder, you would never have to go anywhere but Pink Oatmeal for all of these planning resources.
Planning Using Videos
In this tutorial, I show how I planned with Microsoft OneNote organization using Pink Oatmeal’s video library. That being said, the same planning concept applies to any video links you find and any organization system you use.
Sources for Videos
Adding Resources To Planning
You can also quickly add resources to your organization. You can link directly to the resources OR if you save them in a cloud based system you can link to them in your cloud based system. If you are a Pink Oatmeal All-Access Member you can link right to Pink Oatmeal and download from there.
Digital resources can generally be played right on the tablet. For example, if you plan to play a digital game with a student as part of their treatment you can pull that game right up from your planning and play on your tablet, computer or interactive whiteboard.
Even if a resource you are using is a printable resource, it’s nice to link that resource to your plans so you can come back and reference it when you are documenting, when planning for the next session or even a year later.
Pink Oatmeal All-Access Pass Planning
If you are a Pink Oatmeal All-Access Pass Member, you probably already have checked out the themed lesson plans. If you aren’t an All-Access Pass holder, run now and check it out! These lesson plans are another simple and easy way to have lots of planning already done for you! Check out the video below of the lesson plans in action.
Planning With Virtual Rooms
Virtual Rooms Available in the Pink Oatmeal Freebie Library.
Pink Oatmeal has an amazing set of FREE virtual rooms available to you in the Pink Oatmeal freebie library. What is so great about these rooms is that it is easy to link and change activities quickly!
You can use the virtual rooms in PowerPoint or Google Slides.
Below is an example of how this is all done! You can grab links directly from videos and products or use your lesson plans. Carry it around on a tablet and get even more engagement from your kiddos as they select objects from around the room!
There are several different rooms to choose from. The video below is an example of one of the rooms.
Virtual Rooms In Action
The video below shows how the virtual rooms look once you’ve linked and set them in action. Change up the links and you will have different selections from your virtual room each week or for different kiddos!