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  • Randi Olson

    Sensory texture boards using... Alphabet pasta, seed beads, lace, pennies, feathers, lolly sticks, pipe cleaners, puffy paint design, foam shapes, bubble wrap, foil, toothpicks, sand paper, felt shapes, wool, corrugated cardboard, sequins, velcro and elastic, die cut numbers, paper clips, rickrack, buttons, textured contact paper, mesh (",)

  • Debbie Rozhon

    Sensory Boards: less messy than sensory boxes!

  • Kate Ezell

    The Felt Mouse: For the kids- sensory cards

  • Jackie Gelina

    Sensory Box for kids

  • Caroline Sterkel

    Texture Cards in Photo Box --- Each box has 25 cards + 5 blanks for the kids to embellish with cool textured items they find. Here are the cards I made: --- Alphabet Pasta --- Seed Beads --- Lace --- Pennies --- Feathers --- Popsicle Sticks --- Chenille Stems --- Puffy Paint Design --- Foam Shapes --- Bubble Wrap --- Foil --- Toothpicks --- Sandpaper --- Felt Shapes --- Yarn --- Brads --- Corrugated Cardboard --- Sequins --- Velcro And Elastic --- Die Cut Numbers --- Paper Clips --- Rickrack --- Buttons --- Textured Contact Paper --- Mesh

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these texture boards are soooooo easy to make! I have made heaps of them and the kids love them!