Wednesday goodies: balance tape

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Last weekend I was losing my mind with the crazy kid running around the house. I had quite a few deadlines I needed to meet, and the craziness was very distracting. Ha! SO, a random desperate thought came to mind: hmmm… she loves to balance, tell the husband to put a line of tape on the floor. Let’s pretend-balance!

It was a success. She was distracted, got a bit of energy out, and I got some work done. We’ve had the tape down since Saturday and she still loves it. I’ll probably pull it up this weekend, so I don’t have to deal with goopy tape later. BUT, for now… she gets a week of balance fun. Maybe we’ll try this trick again in a few months?

- Chelsey

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17 Responses to “Wednesday goodies: balance tape”

  1. Jenni says:

    Great idea… may have to try it with my kiddo! Possibly use painters tape to avoid tape stickiness?

  2. Cute! Great idea, I get the kids foam stickers they don't mess up the walls and let them decorate.

  3. biti says:

    Nice shots, and great idea :-) I have had to do that when I was young, with a book on my head. Thanks for WW.

  4. Becky says:

    Perfect dead of winter sanity relief activity!

  5. Josie says:

    this is a great idea. I teach montessori and the kids looove to walk on the circle line. Next time maybe she can try holding something like a bell and see how quiet it can be while she balances, or something on her head. :) you are a creative fantastic mom :)

  6. GREAT idea! I have a toddler and take care of my friend's as well. This would be perfect for them!

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  7. Meghan says:

    Oh, that's a easy distraction! I've been meaning to do something similar for "tracks" for Q's trains so I don't have to keep tripping over train track pieces, but I keep forgetting.

  8. pieni lintu says:

    Great idea!!!

    Cute photos! <3

  9. TishaO says:

    what a great idea!!
    i'm sure you've thought of plenty of good ideas, but I teach preschool gymnastics … she can walk sideways and backwards. we teach scales, knee scales, hopping on the beam, high kicks, walking on tip toes, etc. love this idea for preschoolers!!

  10. Crystalyn says:

    Her tiny balancing feet are so cute.

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