Sensory stone set [sensory stones]


With these textured sensory stones, children learn to feel shapes and patterns. Ideal sensory toys for preschoolers that appeal to the tactile perception. Also educational toys for children with a (visual) disability.

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Sensory stones

These large stones are designed to allow children to experience sensory experiences. The sensory stones feature raised and engraved shapes and patterns. These stones can only be used as sensory toys. Let children discover the patterns in combination with play sand. Or use the sensory stones as educational toys to teach children to find the pairs together.

The sensory stones are part of our popular range of sensory products. They are designed to offer children tactile learning experiences. But also certainly interesting sensory toys for children with a (visual) disability.

Product specifications

  • Material: Cast from a durable mix of resin and real stone
  • Size: Each brick in this eight-piece set measures 75mm and includes four raised/bumpy designs (circles, dots, wavy lines, and a grid) and four indented/hollow designs (circles, lines, zigzag lines, and a spiral).
  • Age 18 months +.

Review sensory stones

Sara – Primary school teacher

“I really liked that the stones weren’t like any material we discovered earlier. Each time the stones were laid down, they attracted the attention of the children and made targeted extensive play possible. For example, when they were added to our play dough activity, the children independently discussed the patterns and negotiated taking turns, creating a lot of good conversation. There was inquisitive play as the children explored the different ways the dough could be printed, challenging each other to print both sides or getting a bit of each pattern on one piece of flattened play dough. Children visited the play table that would normally not be interested either. “

Weight 0,4 kg

Educational, Sensory


Fidget and Feel, Seeing and visual stimuli


Parcel post NL 5,95 / BE 7,50


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