In my last post, I wrote all about why I love setting up obstacle courses for my students at school. They are a great way for students to get the sensory input and goal-directed movement they need. It can be hard to visualize exactly what items to use and how to set up your obstacle courses. In these next few posts, I want to give you actionable tips and ideas that you can use in your classroom tomorrow. We will also problem solve real life situations, such as what to do if you are short on time, space or funds for equipment. Today, let’s take a look at 10 of my favorite items to use when building obstacle courses.