Sensory Activities For Your Toddler

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From birth through to early childhood, children use their senses to explore and try to make sense of the world around them. They do this by touching, tasting, smelling, seeing, moving and hearing.

 

Sense of Sight and Touch a simple, fun way to practice mindfulness with Littles using our sense of sight and touch.

 

Sight – the stimulation of light receptors in our eyes, which our brains then interpret into visual images.

 

Touch – the stimulation that comes from touch receptors in our skin that react to pressure, heat/cold, or vibration.

Here's How

From birth through to early childhood, children use their senses to explore and try to make sense of the world around them. They do this by touching, tasting, smelling, seeing, moving and hearing.

 

Using Sense of Sight and Touch a simple, fun way to practice mindfulness with Littles.

 

Sight – the stimulation of light receptors in our eyes, which our brains then interpret into visual images.

 

Touch – the stimulation that comes from touch receptors in our skin that react to pressure, heat/cold, or vibration.

Here's How

From birth through to early childhood, children use their senses to explore and try to make sense of the world around them. They do this by touching, tasting, smelling, seeing, moving and hearing.

 

Using Sense of Sight, Touch and Smell a simple, fun way to practice mindfulness with Littles.

 

Sight – the stimulation of light receptors in our eyes, which our brains then interpret into visual images.

 

Touch – the stimulation that comes from touch receptors in our skin that react to pressure, heat/cold, or vibration.

Smell – the stimulation of chemical receptors in the upper airways (nose).

Here's How

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