Lots of Wiggles, Giggles and Sensory activities were the theme of our Brassall Playsession held on the 25th August.
The Benefits of Sensory Play
We know that young children are oriented toward sensory experiences. From birth, children have learned about the world by touching, tasting, smelling, seeing, and hearing. Sensory play also contributes in crucial ways to brain development. Think of it as “food for the brain.” Stimulating the senses sends signals to children’s brains that help to strengthen neural pathways important for all types of learning.