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will increase ability to grasp/pick up/release _________ inch object _________ % of time as measured by __________ (evaluation tool).
Grasp object with dominant hand.
Grasp object with non-dominant hand.
Grasp object with both hands together.
Grasp object using a gross grasp (object held in palm with four fingers and thumb).
Grasp object using fingers and thumb in opposition.
Grasp object with pincer grasp (held with tips of index finger and thumb) and arm supported on surface.
Grasp object with pincer grasp with hand and arm up off surface.
Use dominant hand.
Use non-dominant hand.
Use both hands together.
Pick up from a flat surface.
Pick up from inside a container.
Release an object onto a surface.
Release an object into a container.


will improve grasp-release pattern to adequately use classroom materials __________ % of time as measured by _________ (evaluation tool).
Use dominant hand.
Use non dominant hand.
Use both hands together.
Grasp, hold, and release larger classroom objects (such as books).
Grasp. hold, and release smaller classroom objects such as pencils or crayons.


will increase ability to manipulate classroom objects, grasp pencil and hold scissors and pencil ________ % of time as measured by ________ (evaluation tool).
Transfer an object from one hand to the other.
Manipulate objects and materials on a working surface (desk, table) to position for functional use.
Manipulate containers to access materials (open and close a jar, open glue bottle, open crayon box, use pencil sharpener, etc.).
Turn pages independently.
Use an assistive device to turn pages.
Pick up, position, and use writing and art tools.

Pick up, position, and use cutting materials.
Pick up, position, and carry educational materials from one site to another.
Hold pencil in a quadruped grasp (index and middle fingers opposed to thumb).
Hold pencil in a mature tripod grasp (index finger opposed to thumb).
Hold pencil in adapted tripod grasp (with pencil between index and middle fingers).
Use an adapter to maintain a functional pencil grasp.
Hold scissors in dominant hand with wrists extended and with hands in "thumbs up" position.
Hold paper in non-dominant hand with hand in "thumbs up" position.
Rotate paper with non-dominant hand.