Tactile & Sensory Fun
Sensory and tactile games for children who are visually impaired.
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
Recipe for homemade scented paint, capturing all the best aromas of fall! This paint is made from common household items and takes two minutes to prepare. *repinned by WonderBaby.org
Homemade edible finger paint using only water, flour, and food coloring. Perfect for introducing little ones to messy play and basic art. *repinned by WonderBaby.org
A fun sensory exploration with fruits. Whole fruit vs sliced fruit. *repinned by WonderBaby.org
We don't like to drink Kool Aid, but it is so much fun for play! Here are four ways to use Kool Aid in play including art, science and sensory play. This post also includes links to the benefits of messy play and laundry tips to keep those clothes stain free after Kool Aid play. *repinned by WonderBaby.org
Lemon scented playdough for spring. Awaken the senses through play! (Psst, this post contains the best and easiest recipe for playdough ever.) *repinned by WonderBaby.org