TACTILE DISCS Bright colours

Age of use : + 3 years Cycle 1
19 480020

TACTILE DISCS Bright colours

19 480020
Age of use : + 3 years Cycle 1

Pleasant to touch, these discs comprise of 5 different textures and colours. Holding the mini-discs in the hands, and with the large discs placed on t… Read more >

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set €76.99 €94.70
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Encourage movement through sensory experience!
Intro Val
Through touch, the child puts words to the feelings they experience, boosting their language learning and exchanges with others. A great source of sharing and discovery!
Description
Pleasant to touch, these discs comprise of 5 different textures and colours. Holding the mini-discs in the hands, and with the large discs placed on the floor, users can complete matching pathways (blindfolded or not).
Technical data
Composition
5 mini discs, 5 large discs and a blindfold.
Dimensions
Ø 27 cm - th: 3 cm.
Made from
PLASTIC and RUBBER.
Washing
Hand wash only.
Color
MULTICOLOURED
Tips for using
Indoor use.
Products
  • Comparing colours, shapes and textures.
    Encourages observation, memory and the ability to match up objects logically
    Excellent tools for developing language skills and fine motor skills.
  • Inclusive solutions
    Tactile products sharpen sensations for sight-impaired children or those with reduced feeling in their fingers.
Info +
  • All of our products need to be used under adult supervision.
+ Pedagogic
Stimulate tactile perception.
Stimulate the vestibular system.
Specialist's opinion
The ultimate sensory-motor courses! With the large discs on the ground, and the mini-discs held in the hand, touch with eyes open or closed. This activity develops the sense of touch through discovery of surfaces that are smooth, rough, spiky or honeycombed. But also balance, when a child walks on it they will learn to associate vision and tactile perception. This equipment is a must for children with autistic spectrum conditions because it connects them to different sensations. They appeal to children of walking age and to older children who can do the courses with their eyes closed. Mélanie SCHNEERSON, Psychomotor Therapist

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