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    • Julie McDowell

      Homemade busy board for fine motor skill development - this is heaven for a curious kid! Would also be a great activity board for a person with dementia.

    • Marina Badir

      Homemade busy board for fine motor skill -for kids but could be great for dementia patients as well!

    • Kathleen Irvine

      Homemade busy board for fine motor skill development - amazing idea, but would change a few features if using for toddlers

    • Austin Anderson

      Homemade busy board for fine motor skill development - this is heaven for a curious kiddos! Ahh i want my dad to make this for his new baby! Well, toddler. But this would be so good for his fat little clumsy fingers!

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