Texture box. Some ideas: pasta, beads, lace, feathers, seashells, ribbon, popsicle sticks, puffy paint, foam shapes, bubble wrap, foil, toothpicks, sandpaper, yarn, felt, brads, corrugated cardboard, sequins, velcro, paper clips, buttons, mesh and so many more! Puffy Painting, Painting Design, Sensory Boxes, Sensory Boards, Felt Mouse, Kids, Texture Boards, Sensory Cards, Bubbles Wraps
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Michelle Garrard Ran copies of the hand on many colors of paper and passed out pieces of sandpaper, waxed paper, cotton, beans, and macaroni. We talked about the texture and what the best describing word would be to tell about the texture of each of those pieces of matter. We glued a piece on each fingertip and wrote the texture word on the finger.
texture cards for kids. Take a 4x4 piece of paper and add things to it for your toddlers to feel the different textures. Ideas include sponges, buttons, puffy paints, foam stickers, dried glue. Use what you kind find around your house.
Sensory boards made out of dollar store cutting boards and common objects from the craft cupboard and around the house. There is sand paper - kitchen scrubbies - car wash mitts - place mats - terrycloth toweling - fun fur etc. The edging is made from colourful shoelaces and each item is glued down with tacky glue - I find it stronger than hot glue - it just had to dry for a couple of days before use. The children really seem to enjoy them!
How to make your own scented sensory cards by A Little Learning for Two. The original post is holiday themed, but with a spice cabinet at your disposal, the possibilities are endless! Pinned by SPD Blogger Network. For more sensory-related pins, see pinterst.com/...