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Sensory Boards for Babies

Sensory Boards for Babies

This is a great activity for children to be able to explore with their sense of touch and helps them work on fine-motor and gross-motors skills at the same time!

Sensory walk way with giant foam puzzle pieces and diff textures. Put non slip rug mats under each one to prevent slipping around

Homemade Activity Boards for Toddlers • Busy Board for 18 Month Old and Older Ideas To DIY

SENSORY BOARDS!! ~ Unique DIY Sensory Board Ideas for Toddlers

Have just discovered the concept of the busy board and am love with this idea for my 1 year-old! Busy Board - love the lights, push buttons and hose spout!

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Rio posted DIY sensory board collecting household objects for activities and stimulation.- postboard via the Juxtapost bookmarklet.

 Ball Drop  I saw this on Pinterest and when we put together a playroom for boy for Christmas, my husband helped me make this ball drop using pvc pipe. I put different colored tape around the top of each to match the colors of the ball pit balls we have, so that we can eventually use this to work on identifying colors too!

Ball Drop using pvc pipe. I put different colored tape around the top of each to match the colors of the ball pit balls we have, so that we can eventually use this to work on identifying colors too!

Spider’s Web Discovery Basket | The Train Driver's Wife

{{will do this with my daycare babies sometime soon-ish}}Spider's Web discovery basket. A Super Fun sensory activity which also builds dexterity and problem solving skills. LOVE this idea!

Sensory Sunday - Touchy Feely Frames using old plastic picture frames. Add some different textures (bubble wrap, faux fur, textured place mats, fabric, ribbon) and let your little one explore! Perfect for babies and toddlers for some sensory play.

Sensory Sunday - Touchy Feely Frames using old plastic picture frames. Add some different textures (bubble wrap, faux fur, textured place mats, fabric, ribbon) and let your little one explore! Perfect for babies and toddlers for some sensory play.

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