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5 Sensory Books for Toddlers

5 Sensory Books for Toddlers

Don’t have anything to do on a rainy day? This is a wonderful way to keep little ones interested in a sensory board book! Read a sensory texture book or make your own by adding fabric or textures to a baby board book you already own! Kids love reading and starting at a young age encourages kids to love books; what’s better than a sensory baby book that you can read and feel to explore different textures too?!

10 Button Sensory Toddler Book for Counting and More!

Silly rhymes and colorful buttons make learning to count fun! This fun toddler board book encourages kids to learn how to count and has interactive buttons that turn each page into a unique sensory experience for babies who are developing fine motor skills. This baby sensory book has lots of colors are bright and eye catching too! Interactive books can help kids who struggle with a sensory disorder or motor skill delays. 10 Button Book is available on Amazon and makes a great baby shower gift.

Baby sensory button book for toddlers - Mommy Scene

DIY Sensory Board Book

Have a bunch of baby board books already? Turn them into your own DIY baby sensory book by adding textured paper and leftover craft materials. Simply glue your own textures onto the book (we recommend using hot glue for fast drying) AND make a one-of-a-kind sensory board book at the same time. A homemade baby sensory book also makes an adorable baby shower gift that your kids can help create for an expecting aunt, close friend, or baby sibling. Have fun creating this homemade sensory baby book with your toddler or give it to a friend for a great personalized gift. Make a cute board book even cuter with fun sensory textures like glitter paper, ribbed cardboard, ribbons, glitter or puff paint, and more!

DIY baby sensory board books can help kids with sensory disorders

Poke-A-Dot Ocean Book

Do your kids love popping bubble wrap? This sensory board book lets them pop all the bubbles they want! Discover who lives in the ocean and count these adorably illustrated sea creatures by popping the plastic dots on one page, then turn the page and pop the sensory dots the opposite way for never ending toddler fun! The fine motor skill practice gained from this book can also help children who struggle with a sensory disorder. Explore all the interactive Poke-A-Dot books on Amazon.

Sensory poke a dot ocean book for toddlers - Mommy Scene

Homemade Sensory Board Books

Have a fun, crafty afternoon putting the apples on the tree and creating the night sky with the pretty stars and the moon. You can easily make this adorably textured book and cute pictures with sensory Velcro and buttons. Let your child help too to create a customized felt baby sensory book.

DIY baby sensory texture book for toddlers - Mommy Scene

This cute little beehive gives kids the opportunity to fly the bees to the flowers. Made of felt, this homemade toddler activity has a cheerful beehive with whimsical bee buttons, easy to make yourself during an open afternoon or as a creative project during nap time.

Sensory beehive button book for toddlers or kids with sensory disorders - Mommy Scene

Check out this cute double-sided sensory felt activity at Bugs and Fishes.

Sensory beehive felt book for toddlers - Mommy Scene

We hope you enjoy these DIY baby sensory book ideas and interactive toddler board books!

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Katie has been married for 9 years, has 3 young children, and loves creative projects, photography, decorating, and encouraging others to pursue their ideas. She loves the Lord and feels blessed to be a stay-at-home mom with opportunities to enjoy creative outlets from home.

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KimBeckyDavid MAntonyJimmy Recent comment authors

Kids would love helping to make a texture book. Super fun DIY project for a baby.


Of course kids love books with fun colors and textures. Great ideas!

David M
David M

These totally look like a fun project for moms to do with their kids, or for kids to make for a baby sibling.


These homemade books would make great gifts


Some great ideas!