Category: sensory integration equipment general

Diy Child Sensory Board

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---- DO IT YOURSELF ENTRY --------- PURPOSE: To create a do-it-yourself sensory board for a child with severe disabilities. This simple DIY project is designed to fit into a child’s lap or on a wheelchair tray so that at any time the child is touching a different texture. A piece of foam board was used as the base and can be cut to whatever size desired. Different textured items were then glued onto to the foam board. Any textured items or sensory toys can be attached. For this project they chose a piece of grass rug, the insert from a box of candy (turned upside down), a piece of rubber non-skid shelf liner, a couple of brushes, duct tape (folded into little flaps), some crate paper, and a piece of floor puzzle. MATERIALS: Foam board, various textured items. TOOLS: Scissors or cutting knife, and adhesive. TITLE: Sensory Board. WEBSITE: Adaptions 4 Kidz. REF:


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