All the Feels
Free Flow from Jennie Mo’
Did you know that sensory play actually builds nerve connections in the brain? The more a child can feel with their senses, the more opportunity there is for connections to be made in the brain - through all different modes. And one of those modes is through touch. Tactile play is so important for this reason; children actually get to touch and experience what they are learning. Furthermore, for children who show a sensitivity to walking on grass or in sand, for example, this kind of sensory play can be a gateway into helping reduce that “ickiness” they feel.
Welcome to All the Feels.
Emotion recognition and sensory play.