Tactile Search and Match
Toddlers will learn best and retain more information when they engage their senses while learning. Sensory play is crucial to brain development as it builds nerve connections in the brain’s pathways and supports cognitive growth, language development, gross motor skills, and more. Sensory play is also great for quieting a fearful or frustrated toddler.
Tactile Search and Match is a sensory puzzle for toddlers. Feel and identify matching pieces from their bumpy ridges, smooth surfaces, soft plush exteriors, and more. Nine different textures on oversized rubberwood puzzle pieces match to a corresponding spot on the sturdy puzzle board.
Practice color and pattern identification with this engaging, tactile matching game. The sturdy puzzle board has overmolded handles for easy mobility.
Age Recommendation: 2+
Size: 14″W x 12″D x 2″H
review by One Luckey Wife
”What I like is that not only are they getting sensory play but they get an introduction to colors as well. So, even if a child doesn’t like the feel of the objects they can sort them by the bright colors.”Read the Review
review by Coulter Coop
Today I wanted to share a quick review of Tactile Search and Match, which is an amazing little game...”Watch the Video
Overall, my 1 year old seems to enjoy playing with it.
I do like how it's quite chunky and solid (except for when your child decides to drop/throw it...).
The cylindrical pieces themselves seem decently made.
The board itself is not perfectly made. A corner of the top wood-like surface was not smooth.
*In addition the inside walls of the circles on the board are not smooth.
So, minus one star for being quite pricey for how it's made. I would have expected it to be smooth overall.
This toy is made in China per label on the box.
My child loves to feel the different textures on this puzzle. He also likes to flip over all the piece on the board. He's not quite to the point where he's matching the colors or textures but he still enjoys playing with it a ton. I'm happy it'll grow with him.
Definitely for a 1 1/2 to 3 year old. My one year olds hands are to tiny to pick up the puck sized pieces. But I'm sure she will grow into it. It's great quality and beautiful design.
Our toddler has been enjoying this toy and all the activities, be creative, can do a lot with what seems like such a simple concept. It is also very well made, sturdy.
Wonderful quality but it still seems a bit overpriced to me.