Toddler Time: Touchy-Feely Activity

We used lots of items from around the house to talk about sensory descriptors like soft, rough, smooth, sticky, and bumpy. This would be a perfect activity for older babies and toddlers! Just be sure you don’t use any items that could potentially be a choking hazard.

I just threw the items (shown above) in a bowl and let Little Brother pick them out one at a time. I would say the word and have him repeat it.

Then, we reversed the game. I would ask him to find something sticky (for example) and then he would have to pull out the corresponding item from the bowl.





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