Sensory play is food for the brain. We learn faster, we retain more and we engage more deeply. As kids we are subjected to multi-sensory environments that are used as tools to strengthen our development. We know that triggering our senses activates our brain and as we grow, our senses stimulate new ways of thinking, feeling and behaving.
A hot topic of late, the fusion of experiential and sensory play is proving to be influential, and is creating lasting impressions. It’s also what the people want, so it’s time to join the force and get down on a multi-sensory level.
Here are a few examples to tickle your tongue: