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Beanbag Stomp & Catch. This could be a good gift, too. Can make a pouch to store the board and bean bags.

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

Beanbag Stomp & Catch - make with board sandpaper, and PVC pipe - work on visual motor (hand eye) and gross motor coordination

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

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

Sensory: Ideas for every budget, DIY, and sensory stocking stuffers! Plus, descriptions about how the toys stimulate the sensory system from a pediatric occupational therapist!

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

Walk with bean bag on different parts of the body: foot, head, arm, etc. - Pinned by

The Early Years Institute shares what children learn while playing with transportation toys!

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.