February 12, 2017 Sugirdha 0Comment

I’m a bit of a hoarder. I’ve been saving these little disposable wipes flip tops for almost 2 years now. Yesterday I picked up a handful of them and set to work making this Peek-a-Boo sensory board for my 2 year old.

Here’s a step-by-step about how I did it.

Step 1 – Gather your supplies

You’ll need:

  • A fabric covered Board (or any sturdy board)
  • Flip tops of disposable wipes containers
  • Hot glue gun
  • Pieces of different materials (as many as your flip tops)

Step 2 – Attach flip tops

Step 3 – Cut out materials

Step 4 – Paste materials in position

Step 5 – Let it dry.

La la la la laa.

Note: You might add embellishments to take it a step further. But read the following warnings before you proceed.

  1. It provides distraction from the actual toy
  2. If (and they will) little hands pick them out, embellishments can be a choking hazard

Step 6 – Bring the baby in to play

Tip: Materials Used

Further Ideas:

You can use the board for various other activities.

  1. Materials (this post)
  2. Textures (Baby-friendly)
  3. Colours (Baby-friendly)
  4. Family photos (Baby-Friendly)
  5. Memory game
  6. Snap Card Game

What would you use this idea for? Let me know in the comment below.

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