I have created a compilation of blindfold sensory games and activities. I’m always looking to add new ones, so get in touch if you’d like to add to my collection. You don’t need anything fancy to use as a blindfold when doing these activities. Want to get started? Find a sleep mask, scarf, tea towel, towel or rolled up t-shirt or jumper and you’re good to go! But remember no peeping!
- All of the activities on this list require supervision. A responsible adult (ie teacher, therapist or parent) should always be present to ensure participants can be guided when necessary.
- Make sure an adult is on hand to tie the blindfold to ensure it’s not too tight or loose. The blindfold should be snug and completely block the person’s vision, ensuring the blindman is completely blind and unable to peep.
- If you’re feeling scared or unsure about participating in blindfold activities, make sure you discuss this with a carer, therapist or parent beforehand.
Please feel free email in any suggestions or variations ideas for the games listed here
Just be sure to check out http://tllbgw.tripod.com/ an even larger internet archive of blindfold games.