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Make a teeter board (see saw catapult) with wood blocks. Step on one end to make bean bags and small toy animals fly. Then - Can you catch them? - Pinned by

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Bean Bag Stomp & Catch

Beanbag Stomp & Catch. This could be a good gift, too. Can make a pouch to store the board and bean bags. - repinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit for all our ped therapy, school & special ed pins

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Counting Blocks - Teaching / Proportional Blocks / Montessori / Children / Addition

Proportional Montessori Childrens Counting Blocks by OhDierLiving These are so cool!

DIY bean bag toss - Re-pinned by #PediaStaff. Visit for all our pediatric therapy pins

Eye-foot coordination, crossing midline, visual focus and fun - Pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit for all our pediatric therapy pins

Play Simon Says with bean bag to place of different parts of the body: head, knee, elbow, toe, etc. - Pinned by

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Indoor Gross Motor Activities

Great gross motor activities

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Wooden Blocks, 11 piece toy

Wooden Blocks wooden toy baby blocks organic by littlesaplingtoys, $15.00

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Best Indoor Active Toys - Lasting and FUN

A list of inside toys for bouncing and movement.- Repinned by

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How Simple Toys Lead to Amazing Play Ideas

Love simple toys!

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15 Animal Walks for Sensory Input

15 Animal Walks for Sensory Diet

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DIY Wooden Roads and Ramps for Toy Cars

Such a fun homemade toy! Kids can move the boards to create all kinds of tracks ramps for their toy cars! ~ Buggy and Buddy

Follow directions to place bandaids on a toy and combine with prepositions (between puppy's eyes, behind puppy's ears).

Magnetic Board - Children can place the gears together, spin one gear, and watch how all the others will spin too. You can also attach magnets to many different manipulatives - craft sticks, bean bags, felt shapes, or plastic letters, to name a few - for children to explore with. Magnets can also be added to chutes and tubes that children can arrange and use to channel balls, water, or gravel.