Are sensory activities really important?

 

Show how sensory play benefits all children, not just babies or special needs children. Sensory focus lies at the heart of every young child's learning.   Sensory Play helps your child learn the best and retain the most information by using their senses. Taste, touch, smell, sight, and hearing are the senses you're familiar with.  Sensory Play often also involves body awareness and balance. Your child becomes more logical, perceptive, and aware.

Research has shown that sensory play works by building nerve connections in the brain's pathways.

Sensory play offers your child opportunities to develop manipulative skills and eye-hand coordination, as well as problem-solving skills.

Sensory Play reinforces language skills and social skills, equipping your child with better communication skills and develop compassion.

Sensorial activities will help ease your child's discomfort and calm their anxiety when they're agitated and restless.

Your child's ability to retain information is enhanced when they learn through

In this digital age, too many young children spend time in front of the screen. Their senses aren't engaged, and their social skills are limited. By using sensory play in their formative years, you help give your child a head start for their school years.

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