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  • Melody Etheredge

    DIY Sensory Wall- lots of fine motor skills to practice in one compact station.

  • menudujour

    DIY sensory board - what a great addition to this playroom! @Liz Crook another one for you

  • Jan Kellis, Author

    A DIY Toddler Busy Board! Great idea to connect it to the wall and repurpose all of these items! Plus it will improve gross motor skill development. Love it!

  • Shannon Scott

    activity board - other ideas for a busy board

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Kids Activity Board- I love this idea and will soon be visiting Re-Store to pick up supplies for a DIY verision! Could be big for hanging on the wall, or perhaps a small version to take along as a distraction for car rides/ boring shopping trips?! Yep, totally making a couple of these :)

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.

We made this sensory board for our twins who are 14 months. Total cost $75. toddler infant playroom activity

Sensory Board -Super cute! I like it even better than the one I made last year with the hands!

DIY busy board- genius idea! My boys would have loved this!

Three different DIY sensory boards along with ideas for how to include older siblings from Fun at Home with Kids

Three different DIY sensory boards along with ideas for how to include older siblings from Fun at Home with Kids

DIY Sensory Board for Babies This board has a lot of great ideas to keep the little ones happy. A great board for Christina and Tiffany to follow.

DIY Baby Sensory Board. Love this idea. Totally doing one for my son.

Is it just a natural Swedish thing to be super creative & crafty when it comes to making things for the kiddos? This blog is amazing! Thank goodness for Google Translator, I can actually get the gist of what they're talking about!