Texture boards are a stimulating way to explore our sense of touch and learn new descriptive words like soft, rough and fuzzy.

Curriculum Post: Texture Board

Texture boards are a stimulating way to explore our sense of touch and learn new descriptive words like soft, rough and fuzzy.

Little Stars Learning Texture Book....Use textures to get students to remember letters, how to spell and write their names.

Little Stars Learning Texture Book....Use textures to get students to remember letters, how to spell and write their names.

Sensory boards made out of dollar store cutting boards and common objects from the craft cupboard and around the house. There is sand paper - kitchen scrubbies - car wash mitts - place mats - terrycloth toweling - fun fur etc. The edging is made from colourful shoelaces and each item is glued down with tacky glue - I find it stronger than hot glue - it just had to dry for a couple of days before use.  The children really seem to enjoy them!

Sensory boards made out of dollar store cutting boards and common objects from the craft cupboard and around the house. There is sand paper - kitchen scrubbies - car wash mitts - place mats - terrycloth toweling - fun fur etc. The edging is made from colourful shoelaces and each item is glued down with tacky glue - I find it stronger than hot glue - it just had to dry for a couple of days before use. The children really seem to enjoy them!

Tableau sensoriel pour explorer les différentes formes de scratch. #handiy

Tableau sensoriel pour explorer les différentes formes de scratch. #handiy

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DIY Texture board storage box

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When your child is very sensory seeking, you can stimulate their senses with this visual, textural board! Great for sensory-seeking Sensory Processing Disorder or Autism Spectrum Disorder. #RestEasySolutions @Walmart [ad]

DIY Sensory Calming Board

When your child is very sensory seeking, you can stimulate their senses with this visual, textural board! Great for sensory-seeking Sensory Processing Disorder or Autism Spectrum Disorder. #RestEasySolutions @Walmart [ad]

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