Figure Eight Tracing Board

Figure Eight Tracing Board

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Here we have a tracing board designed by an occupational therapist who works with children. It has a figure eight on one side with an option to add an "X" on the reverse side.

The figure eight and X can be traced with a finger or the included tracing stick. We also include fifteen small wooden balls that you can roll around by tilting the board in your hands or use the stick to push them along the track.

Choose from the "Style" drop down menu for the single-sided board with the "Figure Eight Only" or the Reversible option for having an X on the other side.

This is made from solid maple hardwood and finished with an all natural wood finish. It measures about 7" tall by 14" wide.

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Jennifer Compton

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ymartihm Jan 4, 2020

5 out of 5 stars
Love it! I will make future purchases from Jennifer again 😃😃

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sarah harris Nov 18, 2019

5 out of 5 stars
Beautiful and fun. Love displaying this on my shelf so it gets used often. We have found this great for fidgety teens who just keep grabbing and playing with it, as well as for my 2, 4 and 6 year old. A simple activity with the stylus to work on crossing the mid-brain, and great for tracking and control with the wooden balls.

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bepositiveale Apr 8, 2019

5 out of 5 stars
I totally loved it. Exactly what I was expecting for.

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Katrena Price Feb 23, 2019

5 out of 5 stars
I LOVE this item! I use it frequently at work as an OT!

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