10+ Tactile Sensory Activities for Toddlers

Whether your kids have Sensory Processing disorder or are just toddlers, tactile sensory activities are an important outlet for kids to learn about their sensory world as well as become more accustomed to the sensations of water, cold, furry and other sensations that can both kiddos.

Every week you can find amazing projects, crafts and activities to do with your kids Mommy Evolution. This week’s theme is tactile sensory activities.

10+ Tactile Sensory Activities | Mommy Evolution

Pool Noodle Bath Activity: Water Sensory Exploration | Mommy Evolution

Frozen Fractals Art Activity | A Little Pinch of Perfect

Frozen Fractals Ice Sculptures Activity | Happy Hooligans

{Mobile} Mud Kitchen | Kids Activities Blog

Frozen Sensory Play with Shaving Cream and Ice | There’s Just One Mommy

Pool Noodle Boats Water Sensory Bin | Frogs and Snails and Puppy Dog Tails

On The Farm Small World and Sensory Play | In the Playroom

Very Hungry Caterpillar Sensory Bin | Rubber Boots and Elf Shoes

Pirate Slime Sensory Play for Kids | Where Imagination Grows

Edible Sand Sensory Activity | A Little Pinch of Perfect

Underwater Glitter Sand Sensory Tray | In the Playroom


  1. Hi Jenny, you are so sweet to feature two of our activities from A Little Pinch of Perfect. Thanks so much I appreciate it, and thanks for adding me to join your Pinterest boards too! 🙂

  2. Maria Iemma says:

    The shaving cream and ice looks like a fun activity for me to do with my two year old grand son.

  3. Thank you for compiling this – we are always after new sensory tactile activities.

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