Touch and Match Board

Suitable from 3 years+

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  • touch and match game
  • touch and match game counters


Touch and Match Board

Suitable from 3 years+


In stock

Frequently Bought Together

Easy Hold Mirror

Wooden Magnifying Glass


Touch and Match Board is a game in which you must identify and match the 12 tactile wooden counters, each with a different textured surface.

This game is great for exploring different textures, helping expand children’s vocabulary and understanding of different materials and how they feel.

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Materials and care +

Made from hardwood with various materials used in the counters.
Packaged with cardboard and wrapped in shrink wrap plastic.
Wipe clean with a soft cloth.

Peek inside the box +

1 x Wooden Board
12 x Textured Counters

Product Specifics +

Board measures: 22 x 17 x 3.5 cm
Counters measure: 3.5 x 3.5 cm

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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 4 reviews
    Bryan Willis
    Great for my blind daughter.

    Great toy. Engaged my blind daughter for ages.
    She loves it.
    Beautifully made.
    Pity it didn't come in a box to keep it all together.

    Linda Finley

    Lovely well made and great price

    Coral Stevens

    My little girl played so beautifully with this and had so much fun at my friends house her 1st is coming up very soon so have brought this for her because she loves it so much it’s beautiful and made so well.

    Mel Humphrey
    Great little activity

    My two boys love this, it’s a great little activity. It’s made well a d easy for my 16mo to use.

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    Tested By: Quinn age 3

    "This is such a great wooden board for learning. Quinn had fun learning each material and matching them together. It encourages the development of sensory, motor and descriptive language skills." @katieraisingboys

    Quinn playing with Touch and Match Board