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Making Sense of Sensory Development


Senses are central to how children experience the world, how they behave, and how they learn. We use our senses for gathering information, navigating the world around us, keeping attention and focus, as well as for fully participating in our environments.


Want to learn how Nature - as the ideal classroom - invites sensory integration, and learn more about how our children’s senses develop and the two hidden senses we each have? Check out this article written by Tinkergarten founder Meghan Fitzgerald.

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