Touchy Feely

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It's time to get in touch with your feelings. Not those feelings. The other kind.

It's called "stereognosis," or the ability to recognize and perceive objects through texture, size, spatial properties, and temperature. Give yours a workout with a game of Touchy Feely.

Just draw a card, then reach into the nylon Tube of Touch to find the object shown on the card using only your sense of touch. It sounds easy enough, but identifying something based exclusively not tactile perception is a skill that's rarely exercised, making Touchy Feely, more challenging than you'd think.

Play the game solo in a race against time or challenge an opponent to see who can find the object first. Either way, you'll get in touch with your feelings and exercise your sensory perception, memory, and fine motor skills while having fun.

Another cool note about Touchy Feely: we consulted with two Occupational Therapists as we developed the game and used their insights to select the 22 objects included for their unique tactile and sensory stimulating characteristics.

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The Idea

Players draw a card and find the object pictured by using their sense of touch.

The Brains

Engages brain areas involved in tactile perception and memory.

The A-Ha

Play the game solo in a race against time or challenge an opponent.

Brain Health Expert Says

A great game which engages brain areas involved in tactile perception and memory.

The Brain Coach Says

This is a perfect family game. It's a clever and fun learning tool for kids, but it's also engaging for adults. You will love all of the cool game pieces.

Product Details

Brain Category

Warning: Choking Hazard - This toy contains small parts and small balls. Not for children under 3 years.

Recommended Age5+
Play lengthPlay Lengthunder 20
Inside the Box

1 - tube of touch

22 - unique objects (selected for their unique tactile and sensory stimulating characteristics)

1 - card deck with 22 object cards, 10 blank cards, and instructions for four ways to play

number of pieces56
# of Players1+

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Kids and parent loved it!


We recently played this game at a party. I traded out the items inside for more "holiday type things just for fun" . We played it for the general funny nature, however, I see where it can be good for sensory learning and size discrimination. Items to use were small stocking. Wrapped gingerbread cookie, various ornament sizes, Santas mustache , jingle bells, sleigh, cotton snowball, wrapping paper ball. Then we set a timer and raced. It was a BALL! I like the letters idea with the expansion set to help learning too.

Great Party Game!


It may look like a game just for kids, but adults have a blast playing it. We used it at a large game night event with 30 people. Out of all the games we played, this was by far the favorite! It's also great to play with kids. You can adjust the level of difficulty by using fewer items to help younger children, or increase the difficulty by choosing cards and then having to find objects from memory.

Fabulous for families


This was such a hit with my kids that I bought one for my parents to have for other grandchildren. I'm so glad I did! It's a great family game. I love that the storage bag doubles as a game piece. So functional and convenient. It's very fun to watch my kids try to find the piece and get excited when they actually pull out the right one! This is a fun and fast paced game for families.

Best gift at the party!


I bought this game at The Marbles store for my 8 year old grandson and then loving it do much I bought one online to keep at my house for when the other grand kids come over. Thought this would be easy to do, but the kids are winning more then I thought they would. It's so interesting to watch the face of the players...some close their eyes to concentrate better, some want complete silence, and the facial expressions are priceless. My problem with this game is no one wants to quit playing.
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How To Play

  • Draw a card from the deck, then reach into the tube of touch and try to find the object on your card only by feel.
  • You can play solo in a race against time or race another person to see who can find the object first.
  • To increase the difficulty level, draw four cards and lay them face up.
  • After 30 seconds, flip them over and try to find all three items.
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