15 Big Sensory Activities | Creative Playhouse "They allow the child (or parent!) to feel movement, momentum, pressure, weightlessness, impact with their WHOLE BODY, not just their fingers or mouth. These activities can improve mood, well being, health, gross motor development, balance, strength, among many other things."
Use tongs or tweezers to search for letters and match them to letters on a worksheet. So many extension activities that could stem from this...search for letters to make sight words, search for letters to trace or write on worksheet, etc.