Peek-a-Boo Sensory Board

I knew that I wanted to do a fun project involving the tops from baby wipes containers ever since I saw this post from I Can Teach My Child on Pinterest.  I started saving wipes lids and was inspired to create this Peek-a-Boo Sensory Board while wandering the aisles at Home Depot. 20140625-130952.jpg I picked out flooring samples for both indoor and outdoor carpet, as well as linoleum.  When I got home I flipped the samples over and traced the outline of the inside of the wipes lids on the backs of the samples with a Sharpie.  I cut along the outline so they fit perfectly inside! I grabbed a partial piece of foam board and moved the wipes lids around until I was happy with the layout.  Then I simply grabbed my trusty hot glue gun and glued the wipes lids to the foam board.  Finally, I glued the cut pieces of the flooring samples inside. 20140625-131012.jpg When I first presented Paige with the Sensory Board I laid it on the floor.  She had a great time exploring the textures with both her hands and feet!  Later I ended up mounting it to the wall with some Command strips for a little change. 20140625-131036.jpg Paige has really enjoyed exploring this sensory board.  It’s a great way for her to learn about textures and colors too! I just love a simple (and practically free!) project 🙂

EDITED TO ADD:  I have had many people asking about the brand of wipes I used for this project. They are Kirkland wipes found at Costco.