We love The Sensory Story Project and have been watching it from its early stages.
As a mum to a child with a visual impairment, sensory stories are a huge part of our lives but trying to find or make suitable sensory toys to read with stories has become a problem as he has grown older.
Jo, who created the Project, kindly provided a few sample ideas for us to look at and I asked my son to take a look.
Take a look for yourself and let us know what you think.
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