Infant and toddlers learn through touching, smelling, seeing, hearing and tasting!
What is Sensory Play?
Sensory play is simply play that encourages children to use one or more of the senses, often called “messy play”.
Sensory play experiences, focus on stimulating children’s senses of sight, sound, smell, touch, taste, balance, and movement. Sensory experiences are like food for the brain…
Benefits for Children
What The Research Shows:
Sensory play is important for the brain- builds nerve connections that support thoughts, learning and creativity
Sensory play supports:
* language development,
* cognitive growth
* fine and gross motor skills
* problem solving/reasoning skills
* social interaction.
Sensory play gives children something new and exciting to experience
Sensory play can provide comfort and calm for a cranky, irritated child
Last but not least, participants are happier and have fun.
Engage children in a world of Wonder through Sensory Plays that stilmulates Sights, Sound, Taste, Touch or Smell.
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