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Tactile matching game. Balloons filled with rice, flour, sugar, small pearl tapioca, lentils, quinoa and pumpkin seeds. Each balloon has a match, and children have to find it.

My version of the balloon sensory matching game. I filled 4" x 3" bags with about a tablespoon of each kind of filling that went in the balloons to make a see-and-feel matching game for my two year old son. I also double bagged everything, i.e. one filled, knotted balloon inside a second knotted balloon, and one filled, taped clear bag inside a second taped clear bag.

Love this wall. Colored paper and matching plates create a lego WOW look! WOW for VBS! Johns Creek UMC

Twodaloofrom Twodaloo

Night Sky Activities for Preschool: Night and Day Sensory Sorting

Introduce the concept of night and day to preschoolers with this simple, engaging sensory sorting activity. Perfect for small groups or circle time!

Water, jar, dish soap= tornado in a jar The kids loved this, I tried a baby food jar and this didn't really work. Used a prego jar and filled with water to about an inch from the top and added a couple drops of dish soap. Fun to see the Tornado.

Great tactile & matching activity. This would be a fun way to work on matching in your ABA program with a tactile craver!

Momtasticfrom Momtastic

Kids Activity: Balloon Five Senses Game

Five Senses -Great "touch" activity - fill halfway with items such as water, flour, sugar, beans, beads, and rice.

Sound memory - instead of flipping a card you shake the eggs (filled with dried peas, pennies, beads, etc) to find matching pairs

Popsicle Stick Patterns Busy Bags This is a brain workout. Kids need to match the pattern on the cards with colored popsicle sticks to make it look like the card. Totally diy!

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Wacky Sacks- Balloons filled with Playdough

Play-doh Filled Balloons