These educational and kinesthetic activities make the discovering a big fun.
Sensory play sparks imagination, allowing a child to investigate the boundaries of the five senses-hear, smell, sight, touch, and taste. The exposure to various textures has a positive impact on a child’s sensitivity to foods and develops a sense of comfort with new stimuli. There is research that shows it supports language development as parents and educators “talk through” the characteristics that each sensory activity highlights.
For a fun group approach, get into small teams.