Sensory Play - 3 reasons why
We use our senses all the time, consciously or not. Many of our memories are triggered by our senses. For example, the whiff of your favourite meal or the sound of a familiar song will bring back flashbacks of various points in our lives.
The sames goes for children, especially through early childhood as they touch and move, taste, smell, see, hear to explore the world around them. Here are 3 reasons why sensory play is beneficial to growing children.
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Why Playing With Puzzles is Important
We like traditional puzzles - they help to develop logical thinking and motor skills. But we like 3D puzzles even more! Here are 3 reasons why: