Category: Gross Motor Play

Homemade Sensory Tunnel

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This Homemade Sensory Tunnel is designed for children with Autism and sensory processing disorder to promote gross motor play and proprioceptive sensory input.
Technical Specifications: 

Step One: Gather materials.

  • Spandex - 3 meters long (or approximately 3 yards long)
  • Sewing machine
  • Scissors

Step Two: Cut the fabric so that it was about 45 inches wide.

Step Three: Sew. Fold the fabric in half so that it makes a long rectangle.Use a zigzag stitch along to sew the ends of the spandex together. Backstitch at the start and the finish.

Step Four: Use the sensory tunnel.

Options: Ways to use the sensory tunnel.

  • Crawl through
  • Crawl through while pushing an exercise ball
  • Play peek-a-boo
  • Use as a toy trampoline


Price Check
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Homemade Sensory Tunnel

Sold By:

And Next Comes L, Dyan Robson
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