How To Tie A Shoe Part 2 | Pediatric Therapy Tv

IN TODAY’S WEBISODE, A PEDIATRIC OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST SHOWS US THE  SECOND PART IN TEACHING CHILDREN “HOW TO TIE THEIR SHOES”.   CLICK HERE TO READ A BLOG WITH HOW TO STEPS ON SHOE TYING:

Click here to watch part 1 of the How To Teach Shoe Tying Video

In This Video You Will Learn:

  • The step by step guide of teaching a child How To Tie a Shoe

Video Transcription:

Announcer: From Chicago’s leading experts in pediatrics to a worldwide
audience, this is Pediatric Therapy TV, where we provide experience and
innovation to maximize your child’s potential. Now your host, here’s Robyn.

Robyn: Hello and welcome to Pediatric Therapy TV. I’m your host, Robyn
Ackerman. In today’s segment, Marissa Edwards, pediatric
occupational therapist, will be showing us how to teach tying a
shoe. Marissa?

Marissa: Hi. This is part two of “Teaching Your Child How To Tie Their
Shoes.” The story that I use is “The Pirate Story” and I’m going
to go through that story with you right now. You can also find
this on the ADVANCE for Occupational Therapists website.

We start with the laces separated and we say, ‘X marks the
spot’. Then we have to put the key inside the treasure chest,
and we have to hurry up and lock it tight because the pirates
are coming. Then we find an island because we need to bury our
treasure.

We find an island, and we have to walk around the island to make
sure there are no pirates on the island. Then we take our shovel
– there are no pirates, by the way – we take our shovel, we dig
into the island, and then we have to bury it really, really
deep. And that’s it.

Robyn: Thank you, Marissa, and thank you to our viewers. And remember,
keep on blossoming.

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