Sensory Play Early Years Activity Guide
The five senses are sight, sound, smell, taste, and touch. As your child grows and develops it is important for them to hone their senses and use them to build a better understanding of the world around them.
Sensory play is a fabulous learning tool that provides children with different ways to engage their senses and explore their surroundings in a safe environment. Sensory play can help develop a child’s imagination, physical strength, and understanding of the world. We’ve teamed up with Chloe Webster – of Chloe Webster Media & Marketing – to bring you ‘The Sensory Early Years Activity Guide’, which includes 11 Sensory Activity Ideas for your children.
Our new guide features some great activities to engage all 5 of your child’s senses and prompt them to ask questions and learn as they go.
This easy-to-follow resource is laid out in a recipe-book format – with ‘what you’ll need’ and the ‘method’ – and aims to inspire early years practitioners and parents with fun-filled activities, that are perfect for facilitating children’s learning throughout their early years.