Sam McKibbin
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Easel board. One side magnetic chalk board, the other side a latch board.

Take a board easel paint it (orange, her fav color), make one side chalk board (or magnet board would be cool), & the other side a latch board. Will do this for my sweet girl!

Acoustic Tactile Wall Panel Repinned by Apraxia Kids Learning. Come join us on Facebook at Apraxia Kids Learning Activities and Support- Parent Led Group.

Acoustic Tactile Wall Panel Repinned by Apraxia Kids Learning. Come join us on Facebook at Apraxia Kids Learning Activities and Support- Parent Led Group.

Fun at Home with Kids ~ Sensory Play for tots, wall mounted!!!  Brilliant!

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

Baby and Toddler Sensory Activity Board: My husband used a 2'x2' 1/2 " plywood board smoothly sanded, primed and painted with wall and trim paints we had on hand then mounted various new hardware from Lowes and vintage wooden beads and blocks to complete the look. The center light is a battered operated closet light and the bicycle bell works! All items were secured by screws and/or glued in place for safety. He braced the back with wood strips to allow for spacing for a wall mount. We spent…

Sensory Activity Board: vintage wooden beads and blocks to complete the look. The center light is a battered operated closet light and the bicycle bell works! All items were secured by screws and/or glued in place for safety.

Sensory Wall: Use your imagination and whatever you have around the house to make your own for your child to enjoy! Buttons, fabrics, sponges, bubble wrap, anything at all can take your child on a sensory journey! - repinned from Helga Mays at http://www.pinterest.com/4hofauer/toddler-activities/ ≈≈

Sensory Wall: You can make your own sensory wall using anything you have lying around the house: buttons, fabrics, sponges, bubble wrap. use your imagination! Anything at all can take your child on a sensory journey!