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Sensory board - glue a variety of things on. May need to use a cookie sheet with my little one's appetite for paper goods.

sensory board: bringing the sensory table to the walls

Sensory boards made out of dollar store cutting boards and common objects from the craft cupboard and around the house. There is sand paper - kitchen scrubbies - car wash mitts - place mats - terrycloth toweling - fun fur etc. The edging is made from colourful shoelaces and each item is glued down with tacky glue - I find it stronger than hot glue - it just had to dry for a couple of days before use. The children really seem to enjoy them!

Sensory boards, collecting the materials to make these boards would be good for supporting children with transporting schemas.

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

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

Simple way to make your own sensory boards! Great idea and super inexpensive!

Create a Sensory Board (hmmm...open door puzzle, hanging linked balls, something soft or fuzzy, large 3d foam letters for texture, spinning gears, spikey ball, chain of links, something musical maybe)