Every individual has an occupation and even kids are not an exception. Their job is to grow, do schoolwork, continue learning new things and play. Some kids fail to develop essential life skills because of their physical, cognitive, and sensory difficulties. They often experience issues with sensory processing, fine or gross motor skills, visual-perceptual skills and other similar abilities. Occupational therapy is a healthcare practice that helps individuals of all ages who have some sort of cognitive, physical, or sensory problems. Occupational therapy also helps kids who struggle to learn basic life skills like bathing, brushing their teeth, self-feeding, getting dressed and other difficulties related to poor sensory integration. Occupational Therapy also works in developing fine motor skills among kids and improving their hand eye coordination. Occupational therapy helps in developing fine motor skills among children so that they can grab, hold, and release objects like toys, balls, etc. It also improves handwriting and computer operating skills among kids. It helps children to master essential life skills like brushing, eating, bathing and other activities of daily living. It improves eye-hand coordination among children so that they can easily copy text from the blackboard or computer screen, throw and catchobjects, and bat a ball.