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Tactile & Sensory Fun

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Tactile & Sensory Fun

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This would be great with varying textures, too! Memory Match Game--good idea, could make different tiles for it as the child grew too.

Velcro Ball - gross motor, action projected sequencing, visual motor and tracking.

Practice buttoning and color matching

Using Messy Play to Teach Self Feeding Skills: Have fun with edible play that can also teach kids how to feed themselves!

This flower garden sensory bin for kids is great for spring! Give kids with visual impairments the chance to pretend planting a garden, using tools, and practice multiple concepts like 1-1 correspondence, color matching, and more!

Tactile books for a variety of concepts!

Everyday Tools to help with Everyday Behaviors | Pinning as a reminder! Love these ideas for sensory input #parenting #sensoryfix Project Sensory

How to dye rice in 3 EASY STEPS. No alcohol, no mess, no waste! - Happy Hooligans

Rainbow collage with tactile items

A list of sensory activities along with ways to make them more calming or more alerting and information about which sensory system they target. Try them out and see which work for your child!

Colorful Popping Putty Goo | Amazing sensory play idea from Kids Play Box #sensoryactivitiesforkids #slime

The Blenderist | Sugar-free Lemon Curd | www.theblenderist...

Make your own floam using broken crayons! This dough is light and moldable and can be made in less than 15 minutes!

PBS and Curious George have provided some great resources to teach Pre-K to 1st about the 5 senses. I am adding in a few extra details to teach my one child about his brother with sensory issues.

This is a fun activity that all kids can do and it looks great when it is finished. Change out your sprinkle colors to adapt to any holiday. Great fine motor and sensory work too!

Make melted bead sun catchers and practice using a variety of fine motor skills!

Here is a fun and easy St.Patrick's Day treat recipe for kids. It uses pretzels, Hershey's Kisses and M&Ms.

Here's a fun sensory-friendly activity that is great on a snow day! Let your child explore snow and temperature with their own sensory snow table.

Homeamde Floam- this stuff is easy to make and so fun! {So much cheaper than the store bought stuff!} *repinned by

Sensational Blackboard *repinned by