Your childhood senses are more important than you might think.
Sensory play is believed to help children develop by allowing them to experience and engage with properties on their own, such as cognitively through decision-making and physically through refining their fine motor skills. It also serves to help them connect the meanings of words to the experiences, which can help in prewriting skills. Finally, group sensory play can teach kids how to cooperate and interact with others in terms of problem-solving
With just a few items you can create your own sensory bin — and it's a lot better than sitting the kids in front of the television Read more...More about Kids, Parenting, Family, Lifestyle, and Family Parenting Go to Source