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DIY Sensory Tables For Kids

Mon, Aug 5, 2013 | 0-2, 2-4, DIY Projects | By julia

If you have a two or three-year-old child, then you probably know he or she tries to pick up anything that sees. In this way your little child develops motor skills. Today we are going to share a good tip how to contribute to the development of hand motor of your child. For it you will need to make a sensory table using a wood pallet, screws and a drill, large plastic storage with lids, primer and paint. To make the sensory table you needn’t spend much time and money, and you can fill plastic storage everything that you have on hand – beans, pumpkin seeds,  sand or water. This sensory table is easily carried from place to place and your child has an opportunity to play at home and outdoors. We hope that you will appreciate our idea and try to make one!

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