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, such as blocks, pencil and paper, dolls, play-dough, can encourage the child to be creative, problem solve and take control of the activity. Analyzing the components of an activity can help identify how to grade an activity appropriately in order to match the skill, interests and motivation of the child. For example, for a child with difficulty in figure-ground discrimination, the games played with the child should have an appropriate amount of visual details. For a child with difficulty in manipulating small objects, the objects provided should be large enough