Top Three Sensory Play Activities

There are many ways to prompt a child's’ senses through activities that engage and encourage them to learn at a young age. One way is Sensory Play. Through sensory play, preschool and kindergarten age children are encouraged to reach out and touch the world around them. When a child’s sense of touch, sight, hearing, taste and smell are stimulated, they are in a world of discovery and creativity. Teaching young children through sensory play is developmentally beneficial and fun!! At Camelot Kids we have developed a curriculum that utilizes sensory play on a daily basis. The children love playing with many different textures and objects as they investigate their way through learning. Here are

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