Sensory Play Textures – pebbles, pasta, fabrics, ribbons, pipe cleaner, pine cones, shells, sequins, bubble wrap, netting, foil, cotton wool and felt. This activity will develop much language around different textures and allow children to explore the feel of different objects
This image reminds me of something you would look at under a microscope such as cells or organisms. It is such a simple image yet it seems to hold a lot of detail. I think this topic could be a great starting point for a project. This image could create such a great abstract pattern. The monochrome colours give it a very modern feel but it still maintains its natural element.
Different textures framed in a sensory garden; I have includes these different framed textures in my sensory board as they incorporate the idea of exploring textures for both the visually impaired as well as whose who are not. The overlapping frames allow