Play It Forward Therapy

DIY Scooter Board Obstacle Course

DIY Scooter Board Obstacle Course

Come zoom through the tunnels of love on a scooter board!  Lie on your tummy and propel yourself through while collecting Valentines.  Deliver the mail at the end of the tunnel where a mini mailbox is waiting to be filled with Valentines.

Other ways to deliver the Valentines

  • Crawl through the tunnel
  • Spread the tunnels farther apart for a longer mail route
  • Collect one envelope at a time, deliver to the mailbox and repeat

Skills Addressed

  • Upper extremity weight bearing
  • Core strength
  • Motor planning
  • Sequencing
  • Tactile tolerance for light touch on the back while navigating through the tunnels


For 1 Tunnel use 3/4″ PVC pipe and connectors

3-  24″ long pieces of  PVC pipe

2-  Elbow joint connectors (90 Degree)

2- 3 way connectors

4- 12″ long pieces of PVC pipe

4- end caps

Optional: PVC glue


Other ideas to collect: Small, fairly flat valentine items, paper hearts

Check out this scooter board video to see how it turned out!



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