Exploring the benefits of sensory play for childhood development is an important part of brain development

Stimulating the senses which help build nerve connections in brain pathways. It is crucial for brain development. There is a lot more to sensory play than one might think yes all the below sounds great but there are even bigger things sensory play can help with for example children who have sensitivities to textures or smells this kind of play can help desensitise and train the brain into accepting these textures in a fun explorative environment creating positive pathways and connections.
  • Promotes cognitive growth
  • Socialisation skills
  • Language development