Thursday, October 13, 2011
Last week RL created an album on our Facebook page totally dedicated to Sensory Tables. The pictures in the album....seen HERE....are proof that a sensory table doesn't have to be a "table", it can be any type of container, with any type of material in it.
My son when he was 11 months old in a pool of tinsel
Sensory activities provide children with another meaningful avenue for learning. A sensory table or a sensory tub full of various sensory materials is a worthwhile investment for hours of learning, exploring, and fun. Because children learn best by having "hands on" experiences with materials, sensory experiences are vital to young children's learning.
- AK (MESE, MECD)