This week’s Unplug your Kids challenge was Rough. We had made texture boards before, but they were hard to store. I decided now was a good time to resize them to fit into a shoe box.
Create a Peek-a-Boo Sensory Board for your toddler to explore could make this a matching sensory activity. Can be used for toddler who have sensory issues and also a way for parents to help interact with the their children.
Touchy Feely Frames for babies and toddlers DIY sensory play toy make it yourself items from around the house household objects
DIY Texture boards with storage box~ so many possibilities! You can use this idea to incorporate math, science, language arts, as well as just have fun!
Touch & feel color cards to help children experience different textures and practice color recognition.
Texture boards are a stimulating way to explore our sense of touch and learn new descriptive words like soft, rough and fuzzy.
texture board for science centre - glue tin foil, sandpaper, fabric scraps, old placemat pieces to a dollar store cutting board.