Tactile Discrimination

Poor tactile discrimination limits the ability of a person with special needs to know what the hands or body are doing. Touch perception is your ability to feel your way around a space and know what you are touching. The ability to identify, texture, and shape are fundamental learning blocks. Handwriting speed and legibility have been found to be affected by touch perception. The brain needs to accurately perceive the tactile and proprioceptive information coming from the fingers and use that information to control the pencil and form letters accurately. Children with poor touch perception may be clumsy while holding small or fragile items. They may also hold a pencil really tightly to help them “feel” the pencil better.

Other categories within Tactile

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Sensory Motor Kit

REF: 6SEMK

$285.00

Feel It and Describe it Box

REF: 3FLIB

$71.00

Liquid Floor Tile - Large

REF: 6SQPL

$85.00

Tactile Circles

REF: 9TSCL

$155.00

Texture Wall Activity Panel

REF: 9TWTX

$2,139.00

Tactile Tiger

REF: 9TSOB

$155.00

Lemons & Lime

REF: 9TSYG

$155.00

Orange Peel & Fuzz

REF: 9TSYO

$155.00

Adult Bib N Chew Navy

REF: 3NKNV

$34.95

Options Available

Shade & Lime

REF: 9TSBG

$155.00

Tactile Sorting Tower Orange

REF: 3TCTG

$183.00

Green Lightning

REF: 9TSVG

$155.00

Blonde & Bumpy

REF: 9TSYV

$155.00

Black & Silver

REF: 9TSBV

$155.00

Sensory Discovery Box

REF: 8MSBX

$91.00

Tactile Farm Puzzle

REF: 4TFFM

$33.95

Citrus & Lime

REF: 9TSGO

$155.00

Shadow & Sun

REF: 9TSBY

$155.00

Carrots & Shine

REF: 9TSOV

$155.00

Tactile Sorting Tower Pistachio

REF: 3TCTP

$183.00

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