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Sensory Play for Babies


Is there an age that we begin sensory play? No. Think about that little fetus in the womb and all the ways they interact. It's all about the senses. The thumb in the mouth is the sense of touch and hits on the sense of propioception (the sense that helps our muscles and joints know how much pressure to apply in any given activity). Kicking the sidewalls is also propioception. Turning around is vestibular. Listening to mom's heartbeat helps increase the sense of hearing. Babies are all about the senses. So sensory play, that encourages new ways of exploring the senses is a natural direction for a parent to encourage play with their little bundle of fun. So sensory play for 3 month olds? Yes. Sensory play for 6 month olds? Yes. Sensory play for 1 year olds? Yes. Sensory play for 18 months? Yes. You will find great joy watching your baby and their senses grow each month with nature treasure sensory play.  As with any time a child is around small items or loose parts, it's extremely important that rapt attention is given so the child does not choke or otherwise cause injury. 


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