Switch Adapted Beat Bowwow

Switch Adapted Beat Bowwow

The Fisher-Price Beat Bowwow is a colourful singing toy that can be switch adapted for children with disabilities to play with.

This modification, created by the SWITCHED Adapted Toys, allows a single switch input to trigger the toy to sing and dance.

Tools you’ll need:

  • Philips head screwdriver
  • Soldering iron with solder
  • Rosin pen (optional)
  • Drill with 5/32 drill bit
  • 3.5mm stereo jack
  • Wire strippers
  • Zip tie
  • Tweezers

About the Organization

SWITCHED Adapted Toys is an organization based in Columbia, Missouri that provides equal access to play through adapted toys. They have easy to follow instructions for adding 3.5mm switch inputs to numerous toys that can be purchased at the common toy store.

See their website and YouTube channel for the full list of adaptable toys and instructions.

Stage

Recently Added

Project Need

  • Mobility / Physical
  • Agility / Dexterity

Created by

SWITCHED Adapted Toys

Capabilities Needed

  • Electronics
  • Soldering

Time to Complete

< 1 hour

Cost to Build

$26-50

Creative Commons License

Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International

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Switch Adapted Beat Bowwow

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