Blindfold Sensory Play

Safe games for children to play strictly under the responsible supervision of parents, carers, educators and therapists.


Hi, I’m Andrew.  I created this website to be able to share my passion and knowledge about blind sensory exploration, specifically blindfold games that can assist in child development or physical therapy. 

Some of the many benefits of sensory play include:

  • Cognitive development
  • Physical skills
  • Communication
  • Sense of self
  • Social skills

I’d like to share my experiences with you of my discovery through blindfold sensory games and activities. My aim is for this site to be a platform where people can come together to share their own experiences with blindfold sensory activities, including games, tips, advice as well as your own personal journey.



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I have no formal qualifications in therapy and the information shared on this site is based solely on personal experience. Trying any of the games or activities is done at your own risk and I cannot be held responsible.

Please make sure you take the correct safety precautions when playing these games, especially if young children are playing. Make sure children are supervised at all times which makes these games safer for them. Please read the about safety when playing these games on my Blindfold Games page.


See Andrew’s Collection of Blindfold Games

Blindfold games can be played by people of all ages, at school, in playgroup, church communities, at parties and more!
Anyone can play as most blindfold games, designed to allow us to explore the senses in a fun-filled and safe way. No peeking!

Blindfold Games Videos

Blindfold games videos have been collected from YouTube and are provided for educational purposes. I do not own the videos. Nor do I own any rights to them. Please play all blindfold games with care and supervise children at all times.
Have fun!

Sara Shaw of Beaucoup Bandanas writes:

“When I set up the activity or game I tell the participants that this is a challenge by choice activity. The purpose of the blindfolds or having your eyes closed it to enhance the experience of the activity for your team. If you peek that takes away from the activity, from the group, and from yourself. If at anytime you feel unsafe please freeze take a couple of breaths. Know I’m here not blindfolded and spotting you. If you still need to peek then do so for just a second then go back to closing your eyes. I’ve never had anyone take their blindfold off after saying this. I have had some young people who have had traumatic event in their past or who have a disability need to just take a little peek but, its never taken away from the activity. If anything it has built confidence in themselves and the team. Many times by the end of our team building day these individuals have really grown and are doing blindfolded activities a lot better.  You have to remember I use blindfolds and bandanas for team building activities”.
US readers can email her at to arrange a team building day. Anyone can contact her about her book.

Team Building With Blindfold Games

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