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This sensory board was made by an infant teacher at the Superior Children's Center in Tyler, TX. The different materials, textures and colors make it fun to look at and feel. This board is so versatile, it often moves from classroom to classroom giving many children a chance to touch and feel!

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Baby Sign Language: 21 Words and Signs to Know

Baby Sign Language: 21 Words and Signs to Know Open up the lines of communication with your infant with signs for "more", "done", "eat", "change" and other signs for everyday items.

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