Have you ever noticed that most of your childrenʼs toys are either hard plastic or some kind of soft fabric? In this class, we will work on exposing your children to a variety of sensory experiences. Multi-sensory play through movement and touch is vital to a growing brain! It helps our children learn to tolerate a variety of textures and movement experiences that they will eventually come in contact with as they grow. Exploring through touch and movement in a gradual manner, with a playful approach can help your little ones feel more comfortable and in control of their experience. 

Throughout this course, parents will learn the benefits of movement, “heavy work” and messy play. Parents and kiddos will experience hands-on opportunities to explore a variety of movement activities, play with a variety of textures and complete an art activity to take home. Across the 5 week course, we will explore a variety of movement and heavy work activities, as well as, progress our messy play in a sequence that our brains accept more naturally. 

Benefits of multi-sensory play: 

-promotes open-ended, creative play

-improves overall sensory processing and regulation (learning what sensory input we need to learn and what we can ignore/filter out)

-increases tolerance for foods via playful exploration of textures

-builds nerve connections in the brain through a variety of sensations

-encourages language and social interaction

-supports gross and fine motor skill development

-can increase mindfulness and reduce anxiety

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  1. I hope everyone had a fun holiday with your little ones…with the craziness of it all I hope that you had some time to PLAY!
    I am so excited about the NEW classes offered in Oreland for expectant parents, babies, and toddlers!

    The classes are only $5 each so SIGN UP and come in and have some FUN!


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