Sensory Game



  • Sensory squares (sandpaper, fake fur, smooth paper, feathers)


  1. Place the sensory squares on a table before the children arrive.
  2. Gather the children around the table where you placed sensory squares.
  3. Explain to them that Jacob and Esau had different skins.



  • Encourage them to touch the different textures.
  • You can ask children to touch their own skin and compare it to the sensory squares.

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