Sensory Play Importance

Sensory Play Importance

Senses are an integral part of development. There are seven senses in our body (touch, smell, sight, hear, taste, movement and balance). At eight weeks of gestational age the sensory system begins to develop.  Touch Touch is the first sense to develop in the womb. It is through touch that mother and baby are

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Importance of Imitation Skills

Importance of Imitation Skills

“If we want a flower to bloom we need to water the roots not the flowers”; similarly to develop verbal communication in children, the ability to comprehend the language should be enhanced by fostering pre-verbal skills. This helps children learn the basic rules of communication. Imitation skills are a very essential part of the preverbal

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