Children learn about the world around them through sensory input — seeing, hearing, feeling, smelling, and tasting. Sensory learning can be broken down into three models: visual (eyes), auditory (ears), and kinesthetic (touch). Engaging in sensory play helps children develop cognitive, social and emotional, and language skills. It plays a vital role in development, especially for children with sensory processing difficulties and provides a fun ‘hands-on’ approach to learning. Join us as we explore stones, gems, rocks, moss, water beads, rice, pasta, and a host of other fun and stimulating materials!