Multi-sensory learning- using more than one sense for learning is beneficial in many ways. With Touch & Feel cards, children use the visual and tactile sense to explore the objects on the cards, whether it
Need more learning through play ideas? Have a child who struggles to sit still listening? Click through to see 100 hands-on activities for tactile learners of all ages: toddlers, preschoolers, Kindergarten students all the way up through middle school!
Looking for fun and accessible craft ideas for blind individuals? Check out this list of 12 great craft ideas that stimulate the senses and encourage tactile exploration. From clay imprints to sensory balls, these crafts offer a range of textures, scents, and materials to explore.
Tactile schedules are super valuable in your special education classroom for any person with a visual impairment, cognitive impairment, or a person that needs concrete representation of the days events. In this post I share how to create a tactile schedule and how to use one with your students. Using a tactile schedule with real life objects and symbols makes it easier for students to make connections.With a little work you can create and use tactile schedules in your classroom easily.