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  • Kevin Chudy

    Playroom idea! Homemade busy board for fine motor skill development - this is heaven for a curious kid!

  • Stephanie McMullen

    Toddler Activity Board - Fine motor skills

  • Victoria Anson

    Homemade busy board- fine motor skill developmentAn activityboard for L that did not get ready for Christmas, but now it is! A lot of buttons, bolts, screws and other fun parts. Good training of fine motor skills. The board is 20 mm cheap plywood, and the fittings are found in the stash, or bought at the hardware store, the onoff switches came from a electronic store. Everything is screwed or glued on. The small hatches contains a mirror and a chalkboard. The blocks comes from an old game, and are fixed with velcro so that they are movable. Thanks to the dad who has routed and screwed on request.

  • Leisa Jenkins

    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.

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Creative activity center for little ones * developing fine motor skills ~ via: Aktivitetstavla

Busy board... "lots of fun gadgets. Open the lid and discover a mirror, use the key to open the hanging lock, open the snap link , click the straplock and detach and attach the letter knobs. Keeps your kid busy time and time again. Great for fine motor skills. Built of 20 mm birch plywood. Varnished with matte finish. Measures 30 x 30 cm.Weight 1,7 kg. Comes with fittings on the backside, ready to be hung on the wall on 2 screws." Mike could make a different ones for each boy.

Cutting station - work on scissor skills and fine motor skills. Perfect way to contain the mess too! love this from Allison j.d.m @ No Time For Flash Cards

* No One Has More Fun Than The Adams'!: What To Do With Samuel?-- great ideas for keeping young kids entertained with simple, no- (or low-) cost items from around the house. I wish I had some of these when my kids (and grandkids!) were younger.

Busy Boards - Easy to make and would be a great gift for a little one!.....I need to do this. Ben loves the one at the Dr's office

Could do this as a challenge - how many cheerios can you stack in 30 sec...or do a minute to win it with this idea

Here is an easy, no frills fine motor activity for toddlers. They can do it independently while you get dinner on the table; or you can practice early learning concepts together (put in all the red ribbons, put in three ribbons, find the longest ribbon...)

How fun! I don't think there's a toddler out there who could resist this fun board. Looks very easy to DIY.