Category: Sensory Integration

Buzz Board

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--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Board with a battery operated buzz and light unit (operated by the parent) used to reward a child for performing certain relational play skills such as hammering, placing pegs, putting objects into containers and building towers on the board. Includes instructions for making a buzz board and pieces to go with it. The board is made with a one foot square of white veneered chipboard shelving with pieces of wood fastened to two edges to keep the board above the table. Holes in different sizes are drilled into which pegs are fitted. Other holes are drilled to permit various containers to be screwed on and off. Also needed are various cubes and beads for filling the containers and stacking into towers, and 2 wooden hammers. Explains construction of the light and buzzer unit. Includes lists of materials needed, drawings, photographs and suggested activities. SKILLS REQUIRED: Woodworking. Electronics. AUTHOR: McConkey, R; Jeffree, D TITLE: Making Toys for Your Handicapped Child: A Guide for Parents and Teachers REF: Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice Hall: p 83-93 NARIC CALL NUMBER: R2827 PAGES (including cover): 12 1983.

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07/26/1996