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What are Vertical Surfaces?

June 2, 2015

GO VERTICAL

 

Finding different ways of encouraging vertical surface play is great for your toddler. It helps develop shoulder stability, wrist strength and is just great for a different way of play!


- Blackboards are great (though you may need to remove the legs like I have in the picture), or just some blackboard paint on some masonite on the fence outside.


- Bath pens are great for drawing on the walls of the bath or shower or just dyed shaving cream


- Magnets on the fridge is another easy way of doing vertical surface play. (If your toddler doesn't put everything in their mouth!)


- Painting, stickers, stamps, drawing are great for on vertically pinned paper


- Whiteboards are also fun, have you seen the Crayola whiteboard crayons??? They are fun!

 

 

 

 

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Disclaimer

The activity ideas given on this page are general in nature and are not intended to replace professional medical advice. Please supervise your child during all activities and use parental discretion to assess whether it suits your child.

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