Being parents, there’s nothing better than seeing your child excel in many perspectives during his or her childhood. Having childhood that is prompted to develop a good cognitive intelligence and creativity, a valuable milestone will gain easily. This is when sensory play becomes relevant.
You are probably seeing your child playing with not only toys but simply everything they could find. This is when your child is exploring the world and gaining their knowledge. It encourages children to engage things by stimulating all their five senses. One of those senses needed to be emphasized is the sense of touching.
One of the places that a child tends to spend their time the most is his or her own house, specifically their own room. Wouldn’t it be better if there’s a room that furnished with playful things that a child can experience the sense of touching? Yes, it definitely would! Make sure you furnished with sensory playable home textile like this Eazzhome’s softly bubbled blanket. Therefore, your kid (naturally equipped with curiosity) can experience the bubbled textures during his or her sleep time.
Since vibrant colours are attractive to children, bright home furnishings should be placed in your child’s room. Bright colours also help your child to learn to distinguish colours more effectively. This does not just exclusively benefit your child visual health; it also negates your fears of missing out from home furnishing trends. The colours like lime and peach are becoming the new black as you can see them more often on fashion catwalk all the way to various fabric merchandises. With its striking colour tone, there’s no doubt that it emerged as a trend.
Keep in mind that those are one of the ways to establish children’s sensory developmental foundation. However, the most important thing is parental involvement to choose the right things for their own child and to strengthen the bond between them.
Do you have your own methods to enhance your child’s development? Share your story in the comment section below!
Editor: Benz Pollakrit | Mar 13th, 2018