By: Gloria Cardone
A sensory wall provides an alternative for little hands and bodies to explore and learn. Toys do not always belong on the toy shelf or in a toy bin. In addition, the young explorers are in a vertical position, which is great for establishing additional gross and fine motor control.
Materials to incorporate into your sensory wall don’t have to be expensive. Some favorite textures for our students can be found around your home.
Sensory walls are an easy thing for anyone working with a visually impaired little one to set up. With just a few items found around the house, your little one can explore and have hours of fun!
DIY Sensory Play Wall Instructions