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DIY Sensory Boards

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  1. avatar mandy cat says:

    This posting reminded me of an article I read last week, warning parents about the dangers of toys that are (wait for it) WIFI enabled. Huh??? Why in the name of Dr. Seuss would you want to risk your precious little ones being exploited by the World Wide Web? Why not try something more sensible, like sending them out on their tricycles to play on the Interstate?

  2. avatar Fun at Home with Kids says:

    It is still, after 5 months, a big hit in our house! :)

  3. avatar Mila G. says:

    I want to do something like this! I’m sure the baby will find the different feel, textures and shapes fascinating! At their age, this is how they explore the world.

  4. avatar Fun at Home with Kids says:

    Great question Nella! I’m sure you can find studies saying so, but mostly I love them because (1) I think they look cool on the wall and (2) they occupy the baby for loooong periods of time. :)

  5. Nice idea. But what exactly are the benefits of sensory boards? Do they make the kids any smarter than others their age?