There are three children at the sensory table. The child in the maroon shirt is sitting on the lip of the table with his feet inside the table. As the video begins, the child in the stripped shirt starts to climb onto the lip of the table. He places his left hand into one of the holes in the cardboard tube and begins to lift his right knee onto the lip of the table. He then brings his left knee up onto the lip of the table and straightens up. When he lifts his right knee off the lip of the table and to place his right foot on the lip, he looses his balance and has to step down back onto the ground. In the meantime, the child with the cat on her shirt has scooped pellets in her measuring cup and stepped up onto a stool next to the sensory table. He then starts the process of stepping up onto the lip of the table again. However, this time when he goes to put his right foot onto the lip of the table to stand up, he shifts his upper body weight over the table so he does not loose his balance. He is then successful in getting his left foot up onto the lip of the table. He cautiously straightens up. As he does that, effortlessly move his left hand up the tub to help keep his balance. He even finds another hole to grab onto. At this point he is able to pour his pellets down the tube. He then grabs the cross board for even more stability. As he crouches down to scoop up some more pellets, he keeps contact with the tube with his left hand to keep his balance on the lip of the table. Simultaneously while he is doing his operation, the child in the cat shirt does her own operation to pour pellets in one of the cardboard tube. She first scoop pellets from the pan at the bottom of the tube with her plastic measuring cup. She then steps up one of the stools. She turns around because she wants to pour her pellets into the tube on the other corner of the table. She steps down from the stool so she can move it closer to that tube. She slides the stool over to that tube and steps back up onto the stool. From there, she steps up onto the lip of the table. For stability, she, too, grabs one of the holes of the tube with her left hand. She then completes her operation by pouring the pellets down the tube.