Busy Box for Developmental Therapy

Busy Box for Developmental Therapy

In this email series, “What Our Developmental Therapist Recommends” our Board Member and Developmental Therapist with over 20 years experience with early intervention services, is providing you with tips on things you can work on at home if your child does not have a therapist or if you want to do some therapy with your child in between sessions.

With each of the videos in this series, the activities she is showing you how you can use inexpensive things right in your home to help you support your child’s:

  • fine motor skills
  • language development
  • cognitive development (where did the monkey go)
  • color and number recognition

In this short video clip, she is showing you the benefits of a busy box. For the full video and other videos, please sign up for our email newsletter to get a video a week delivered right to your inbox and stay up to date on our nonprofit. Please sign up for our email.


As she mentions you can find these “Busy Boxes” at garage sales, or places like Walmart and we have found a few for you here on Amazon (affiliate links)

Make sure to sign up to our email list, so you can access the other videos in this series, and receive future emails from us.

DISCLAIMER: Our Board Member, Heather Delp is a certified Developmental Therapist with over 20 years experience with First Steps, early intervention services in Indiana.

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