Tactile & Sensory Fun
Sensory and tactile games for children who are visually impaired.
What to do with water beads... So many fun ideas! Have you tried water beads with your kids yet?
Two ingredient recipe for sand paint - sensory play and art combined with this simple recipe for PLAY! **Visit pinterest.com/... for more sensory play!
Use tapioca pearls to make edible water beads. What a great idea! **Visit pinterest.com/... for more sensory activities!
Can your child be a helper? Of course! Learn about the tools for cleaning (mops, sponges, brushes, buckets etc) while also having sensory fun.
Looking for a great present for a blind or visually impaired child? How about giving them the gift of a sensory activity! Learn how to make (and give!) homemade edible Kool-Aid play dough.
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Creating Tactile Graphic overlays for White Board This is great simple idea to solve what seems to be an impossible problem. **Visit pinterest.com/... for more tactile fun
▶ Tactile Graphic Overlay - YouTube sometimes Tactile Solutions are very simple. Visit pinterest.com/... for more tactile solutions.
Using foam dot waste as stencil, or to line up dots......Tactile Braille!!!!!! ** visit pinterest.com/... for more great idea for tactile fun
Sensational BlackBoard Basics - YouTube. ** Visit pinterest.com/... for more tactile fun.
Puff paint can be used to make raised lines or tactile drawings. Visit pinterest.com/... for more Tactile & Sensory Fun ideas
5 baby and toddler safe sensory materials for messy play and ideas for presenting them to young children.
This is a super simple recipe for homemade nontoxic slime. It's perfect for kids who tend to put things in their mouth while they play because it's safe! It's still gooey and sticky... but it's totally safe to play with.
Sensory Play with Shredded Paper! Super fun, messy but not sticky and you can teach clean up afterwards too! Visit pinterest.com/... for more sensory fun!
1 ingredient edible slime that is super easy to make and totally safe to put in your mouth! *Visit pinterest.com/... for more accessible sensory activities!
Tactile calendars can be used to help students who are blind or deafblind to learn about the passage of time. *repinned by WonderBaby.org