Friday, March 4, 2011
Typical children also need to have lots of sensory experiences. The brain of a child is developing and children learn through their senses. Sensory activities help typical children's brains grow and develop also. Think of good old fashioned childhood play: sand box and finger paint. Sensory experiences!
So although it may seem at times, as we share with you sensory experiences, that we are creating for Olivia, that we have lost our marbles, keep in mind that we are about the business of helping her brain and neurological system grown and develop as best we can. If that takes 200 balls and a baby pool in our sunroom, then that is our new decorating scheme!