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LITTLE ARTISTS: Sensorical Art Play (2.5 to 3.5 Years Old) - 45 MINS at 06 Jul 22 14:00


Sensory play encourages learning through exploration, curiosity, problem-solving, and creativity. It helps to build nerve connections in the brain and encourages the development of language and motor skills. We will engage and practice their abilities by making their own art piece to take home following a sensory play at the sensory table.

Some of the many benefits of sensory play include:
  • It helps to build nerve connections in the brain.
  • It encourages the development of motor skills.
  • It supports language development.
  • It encourages 'scientific thinking and problem-solving.
  • It can involve mindful activities which are beneficial for all children.

Tearing, squeezing, molding, and pinching a variety of textures by various materials including sand, dough, and soft and hard materials are all examples of sensory play that help your child build their palmar grasp and pincer grip.

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