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Wake Up, little Senses... you can do it!

In order to develop his mind, a child must have objects in his environment where he can listen, see and manipulate using his hand. The aim of the sensorial materials is about educating and refining of the child’s senses such as visual, tactile, auditory, olfactory, gustatory, thermic, baric, sterognostic, and chromatic.


For each of the senses, the working materials in the classroom give the children the ability to increasingly refine them, by isolating specific qualities and by grading each set in ever-refined series. It assists the child in the development of his intelligence, which is dependent upon the organising and categorising of his sense perceptions into an inner mental order.


“Through the education of the senses, it is possible to discover and correct positive defects which would pass unnoticed.” 

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