Baby sensory board {DIY}

A baby sensory board is a fun, hands-on activity to watch your baby learn and explore the sense of touch and tactile differences!

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I found a some hard and soft items and hot-glued them to some cardboard — I had to find white cardboard because the brown just wasn’t as pretty.  I tried to stick with “girly” too because May doesn’t have enough pink and girly things in the house : ).

Ensure that you are with your baby at all times as some of these items are choke hazards, and though they are glued on, babies can work miracles!

I assembled my supplies.

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And got to gluing!

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And here she is with her boards!  She is very serious!

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She loves them, but again, I am always with her while she is playing, when they are not, they are set out of her reach!

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30 thoughts on “Baby sensory board {DIY}

  1. Very cute idea! Now baby can experience textures without the chance to swallow things! Would love for you to share this at Mom’s Library this Wednesday!

  2. I am a speech and language therapist and we often use this with children and adults with/without sensory difficulties. It’s such a nice thing that you have done here introducing the sensory board to you’re child. Well done. :)

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