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Sensory Play: 1-3.5 yrs old at 18 May 22 14:15 +08

This is a fantastic age for exploratory play! Our sensory play tables in our Sensory Artists sessions are open to your children's interpretations. They will be introduced to and encouraged to smell, squeeze, stack, and roll things in order to enhance and increase their motor skills! 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. Examples of sensory play would be watching bubbles float and feeling them land on their skin or scrunching colored paper to hear the noise, feel the contours, and see the shapes change.
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