Tactile learning

Enhance your learning experience through hands-on tactile learning activities. Explore a variety of engaging ideas and techniques to stimulate your senses and improve your understanding.
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. Task Boxes, Pre K, Special Education Lesson Plans, Teaching Resources, Teaching Special Education, Special Education Elementary, Middle School Special Education, Special Education Classroom, Teaching Life Skills

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.

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Simply Special Ed | Resources for Special Education Teachers
Kids with tactile needs may have sensitivities to textures, physical contact and clothing. Sensory seekers need more tactile stimulation for calming, concentration and emotional grounding. Here are a few toy ideas that may help both types of kids excel in the classroom. | ilslearningcorner.com Sensory Activities, Sensory Integration, Tactile Stimulation, Sensory, Tactile Activities, Toddler Sensory, Toddler Sensory Bins, Learning And Development, Learning Strategies

Kids with tactile needs may have sensitivities to textures, physical contact and clothing. Sensory seekers need more tactile stimulation for calming, concentration and emotional grounding. Here are a few toy ideas that may help both types of kids excel in the classroom. | ilslearningcorner.com

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The Arc of Essex County
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NFC Personal Communication Board: Introduction The objective of this project was to create an interactive Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) tactile board that a young man in our community, who is non-verbal, could use to express what he wants/needs by pressing the ass…

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Morgan Dromgoole
Alphabet Squish. I love this idea! Sensory activity that can be used not only for letter recognition but making the sound of the letter as they squish it. Another awesome idea from Jenae at I Can Teach My Child.

This alphabet squish activity is the perfect sensory and tactile experience for little ones learning their letters! Just a few household ingredients needed!

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Creekside Learning