Amanda Christmas

Amanda Christmas

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farm small world

Farm small world- Could use this as a sensory table for preschoolers, to plan & map areas for graders, to discuss farm life, & much more!

This company makes kid rivers for water play.I'm not sure licensing would accept this, but it's so cool!

I like this idea, maybe could use more shallow water tubs thought. A big rive-like pool for water play. Kids can crowd around both sides of the pool. Also can learn how things travel from one end to the other

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.

Header: Creative DIY ideas to make a fun kid zone inside.

Make a little boy a latches board. Takes just imagination, a drill, and a trip to the hardware store. It'll keep him busy for hours. - why are all these for little boys? Why can't little girls play with latches also?

For boys sensory board #early training #youre doing it right

DIY busy board full of switches, latches, and doo-dads for babies and toddlers to manipulate. This is great for fine motor skills. It is also a hazard for giving escapee toddlers the skills they need to get out unsupervised.

Lego Table diy from old side table--this would be good for all the blocks we have!

We can so do this when he moves up to legos! make a "lego table" from an old/cheap night stand . very clever! Love this idea! When my kids were little, we had TONS of Legos - great storage solution!