The Motor Skill Flip-Book Program
‘The Motor Skill Flip-Book Program’ was written by Sally McNamara in 2015, in response to demand for quick and easy motor skill programs for children.
This easy-to-use resource for therapists, teachers, aides and parents features 5 colour coded areas of motor development that incorporate the whole body. These include core strength, shoulder stability, gross motor coordination, fine motor coordination, and pencil control skills.
There are 100 mix and match activities of varying degrees of difficulty that can be tailored to each child, or group of children, quickly and easily. It’s beneficial for children who experience handwriting difficulties as well as general coordination and motor development issues. There is also a star system that allows for evaluation of skill level and the ability to track progress and set goals.
The Sensory Support Flip-Book Guide
‘The Sensory Support Flip-Book Guide’ was written by Sally McNamara in 2017, as a resource to help guide the identification and initial support of children and adults with sensory processing differences. It aimed to simplify the complicated process of understanding and supporting sensory needs in individuals, using a colour-coded flip-book style to enable quick and easy initial profiling. Summary forms within the book allow the user to record the sensory needs of the individual being considered, and use the preliminary ideas provided to begin the process of supporting the person’s individual sensory needs.
I need more, I need less: Our different sensory needs
“I need more, I need less: our different sensory needs” was written by Sally McNamara in 2019. It is a picture story book that highlights- and celebrates- the fact that we all process sensory input differently. The book provides fun examples of children who need more, or less, sensory input in order to feel their best.