A Few Sensory-Based Stringing Adaptations

The following are just a few of the stringing adaptations described on my blog…. Adaptations include:

  1. Using less flimsy cord or tubing
  2. Using extra large beads, rings or shapes cut from plastic bottles
  3. Adding vibration, weight, lights or sound to materials for sensory input
  4. Creating resistance by using beads or rings that require force to go down the “string”.
  5. Using spiral shaped cord so that rings spiral down, creating visual/vestibular sensory input

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