OT Activities: Tactile Input

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BEan Tray Activities You Can Do At Home
 – From CDI’s Occupational Therapists

Tactile Input
The sense of touch and includes texture, temperature, pressure, and more.

Activities:
 – Play with foamy soap or shaving cream, add sand for extra texture
 – Use finger-paint   
 – Mix cookie dough and cake batter, and so on
 – Use the playground sandbox or create your own at home  
 – Fill a bin with dry beans and rice or other materials and hide objects inside
 – Use clay such as play-dough   
 – Dress up in fun costumes to get used to the feel of unfamiliar clothing
 – Garden and/or repot indoor plants   
 – Play with make-up and face painting

[notice]More information: Child Development Institute is available to answer any of your questions about occupational therapy and to listen to your concerns about your child’s development. For more information on Occupation Therapy, email Director of Clinical Services, Tessa Graham or call 818-888-4559.[/notice]

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