(Sense of touch) put different objects in balloons and have the children guess what each one is. Then, open them up to see what it is. (Tie with elastics so it is easier to open.) To further the lesson, make a chart of prediction and result.
Here are some fun ideas for using tactile materials to teach pre-braille students tracking, matching and other skills to promote braille literacy.
Make your own winter tactile experience book about snow!
Edible sludge sensory play from And Next Comes L
Heart Sensory Matching: Such a fun Valentine's Day sensory activity for kids of all ages!
Major Developmental Milestones for Toddlers, Sensory Bins, and More
This curriculum guide is great for younger students (Pre-school) who are in the process of learning textures and even colors.
Make Jell-O soap foam with the kids for a super engaging sensory activity
Sensory Play : Rainbow Tactile Sensory Bin - In The Playroom
Sensory and language....describing words