Children’s sensory exploration through touch alone and using a blindfold is the way to do it. They experienced pairing and sorting various surfaces using only their little hands! Which was challenging at first, but they were excited to try and finally succeeded!
Sensorial-rough and smooth: “Playing with texture in groups encourages co-operation and individual creative development. And just as importantly, it’s also great fun.” – Judith Stevens.
Everything around us has a shape AND a colour.
The elder children practised a deeper understanding of shapes, angles. And triangle is the best shape to study when it comes to angles.
When a child is aware of his environment, he is ready to discover more than he could be.