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Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Sense of Touch Handprint Craft

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Thanks so much to Maro Oikonomou from Greece for sending this in. It's a concept for a "Sense of Touch" lesson. These could be mounted on the wall or placed on a sensory table for children to explore. Looks like these where made by the teacher, but you could also have the kids make them and take them home later.

Materials:

  • construction paper
  • pencil
  • scissors
  • glue
  • various objects for the sense of touch; yarn, acorns, small blocks, buttons, cotton, etc.

Directions:

  1. Trace and cut out many hand prints from various colored construction paper.
  2. Glue on various small objects for different senses of touch.
  3. Display around the room, or on a sensory table.
  4. Students touch and describe the feeling.

Thanks again so much to Maro for this great international idea.

You can see your craft here, just like Mar's.

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