Final Day of Drumming Contest

Nearly one-third of occupational therapists work with children, helping them master the “occupations” of childhood-learning, playing, and growing.  Most schoolchildren are referred to occupational therapists because of handwriting problems (The Fund to Promote Awareness of Occupational Therapy).

April is Occupational Therapy Awareness month and today was the last day of the drumming contest.  In music, each student had 30 seconds to play the drum as many times as they could.  We added all the individual scores for a total class score.  There were a few preschool classes that ranked high with the elementary classes.

Here are today’s high scores:
V. Ducks: 113 plays
Dragonflies: 189 plays
D. Owls: 200 plays

Here are the top 3 preschool class scores:
All-Stars: 1117 plays
Dragonflies: 1114 plays
Kangaroos: 983 plays

Here are the top 3 elementary class scores:
Heroes: 1928 plays
Fireflies: 1540 plays
Owls: 1530

Congratulations to all our participants and our winners!

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About Hilary Yip

Music Therapy. Martial Arts. Rowing/Coxswain. Creative Movement.
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