Sensory play includes any activity that stimulates a young child’s senses of touch, smell, taste, sight and hearing, as well as anything which engages movement and balance
Benefits of Sensory Play!
1. It helps to build nerve connections in the brain. 
  • Sensory play in early childhood plays an important role in brain development because sensory stimulation is essential for sensory integration and cognitive development.

2. It builds language skills. 

  • By engaging the senses, your child will learn how to describe what they’re doing and how it feels, eventually using more descriptive words to communicate.

3. It helps with fine motor skills. 

  • Sensory play can help your child develop fine motor skills like tying their shoe or writing. Through tactile play your child builds on their ability to use small muscle groups and coordinate movements.

4. It fosters social interaction. 

  • Sensory play allows for children to naturally ask questions, learn from their peer  s, and builds