Sensory activities & materials

The more young children use all their senses while exploring the world – the greater those experiences leave a lasting impression on learning. Sensorial play and materials also teach and help develop better hand-eye coordination and fine motor control. So, as an early childhood educator the search for varied kinds of sensorial materials is so on! Purchase sensorial materials and lesson plans for easy print out here.

Print out lists of all different kinds of exciting sensorial ideas from how to create varying types of sensorial tables, (some that will even coordinate with classroom themes). In fact, changing out sensorial activities with more thematic elements is a wonderful way to incorporate more academic areas of study into a more manipulative, concrete form. The more teachers create a sensorial environment in their classrooms, the more spontaneous, fun and exciting it will become to learn.