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How to Make a Light Bright Geoboard for KidsTo make the geoboard, I formed a grid using light bright pegs. I simply put a light bright peg in every other hole. As you can see, the geoboard ended up being pretty large as our light bright tabletop is pretty huge. However, you could try setting up a geoboard on a flatscreen lite brite to achieve the same effect. Here's the number one that J and I made together.
And here's a close up to show you how awesome this light bright geoboard is. Yup, you totally want to make one now too, don't you?
I laid out some rubber bands and let the boys play. And as you can see, the boys worked their fine motor skills by stretching the rubber bands around the light bright pegs.
And they pulled the rubber bands for more fine motor practice. Don't you love the focus of K here? He was totally into this activity!
And then the boys twisted the rubber bands to make new shapes and designs.
I could literally play on our homemade light bright tabletop all day. It's so cool! I think I love it more than the boys do.
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