Tactile & Sensory Fun

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Tactile & Sensory Fun

Tactile & Sensory Fun

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Make sound sensory jars -- and things to do with them. These are great for kids who are blind!

The importance of sensory play and why you should include it in your child's play activities everyday. Mummy Musings and Mayhem

This is very cool for young kids who love to TOUCH!

Find information about a great early learning tactile game! A fantastic homemade idea that can be created by all parents and used for countless activities for your child. If you have a young child and want a great game that can be played with sighted children then this resource might be for you!

Homemade flubber for kids

Simple and engaging sensory play ideas for babies

Play Recipe- How to make quicksand . This stuff is AMAZING! It is mold-able, but when hands are still it turns to OOZE. You can walk across it if you move quickly, but if you are slow you will SINK {Easy to make, too}

Amplifying Your Instruction with Hands-On Activities. Multi-sensory language activities are great for early learners and ESL kids.

These shapes stand for different colors so kids with visual impairments can detect colors using the Feelipa Code. They also make embossed - tactile stickers!

Look at this #zulilyfind! 3-D Feel & Find World Icon Set #zulilyfinds

This Texture Dominoes is perfect! #zulilyfinds

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

Sense of touch boards

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

Make tactile tea cup cards using egg cartons. Genius!