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3 Ways Sensory & Tactile Play Supports Children's Emotional Development

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We all know that sensory activities can be fun, but there are many benefits and learning experiences that support social and emotional development too.

Written by: Bellbird  

3 Ways Sensory & Tactile Play Supports Children's Emotional Development Using Play Dough 

 

 

We all know that playdough is fun but there are many benefits and learning experiences that happen when playing with play dough…

 

Children learn and build foundational skills through it.

 

Children love playdough.

 

 

3 Ways Sensory & Tactile Play Supports Children's Emotional Development Using Play Dough:

 

 

1. It is soft, squishy and can be moulded easily, which encourages concentration and increasing the attention span

 

2. It is relaxing and therapeutic any time of day and in any kind of weather

 

3. It supports the extension of other physical developmental skills through repetition and practice

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

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