Without knowing why your daughter was seeing an occupational therapist (fine or gross motor development) it is difficult to say what activities she would benefit from.
I assume you have seen your daughter's file at the occupational therapist? Perhaps you could try to replicate some of the activities at home? Alternatively, ask your daughter what she did in her sessions - she may be able to help.
To aid concentration, any form of cardiovascular exercise is great. The two of you can play soccer in the garden, dance around the house, play touches etc.
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