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101 Things for Sensory Play

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Sensory play out doors. The explore the wind re-use a plastic grocery bag with a string tied to the handles for a kite.

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What is big deal and why is sensory play important to how children learn? And, what is a Busy Bag or a Busy Box? This post will explain along with 100 things to use for sensory play to put collections of bags and boxes for children to play and learn.

We all can name the 5 senses: sight, smell, sound, taste and touch. Assuming our bodies are functioning well, the more senses that the be incorporated into our learning experience the more quickly we grasp and retain a subject.This concept is particularly true wit how children learn-with their senses