The tactile games and activities listed here have various textures, shapes and surfaces to encourage children to explore and compare.
Included are puzzles, dice, counters, mazes and games such as matching pairs of tactile balls.
Many of these games and activities are suitable for blind and partially sighted children.
What tactile games or activities does your child like to play? Share these with other parents in our forum: parents' corner.
Lots of activities can also be played with tactile tiles. View a range of tactile blocks and tiles which includes ideas on how they can be used.View references and sources of further information ›
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