Video 10

In this clip you will notice that the child is not especially interested in toys and is more motivated for gross motor play. The therapist begins the interaction by imitating his body movements and gross motor play. She then incorporates interest in gross motor play into the type of action that she models (e.g., spinning in a circle). Modeling actions such as jumping, running, and skipping can be good for those children who are more interested in gross motor play than in play with toys.