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29
Sep
2021

How do Sensorial Toys Help My Toddler’s Development?

September 29th, 2021
How do Sensorial Toys Help My Toddler’s Development

Sensorial toys play an essential part in early child development. From an adult’s perspective, the selection and usage of these toys can show behavioral patterns, developmental patterns, and more. From a child's perspective, these toys are a fun and dynamic way to develop their sensory skills.

Sensory toys come in all shapes and sizes. Some common examples are playdough, spinning tops, balance balls, fidget spinners, stress balls, and more.

How Sensory Toys Impact a Child's Development

Sensorial toys can help children develop many important skills. They are an excellent way to help your child or students work on fine motor skills, gross motor skills, sensory development, problem-solving skills, and more.

Developing fine motor skills are an important part of a child’s development. Sensory toy activities are great for promoting hand dexterity, hand/eye coordination, and fine muscle movement. These are all important foundations for writing, typing, and other basic muscle movements.

Gross motor activities are also important for a toddler’s development. Children who consistently practice their gross motor skills will be more flexible and have better control over their bodies as they grow older. Sensory toys can help toddlers improve physical fitness as well as coordination.

Getting Your Child to Play with Sensory Toys

With all the sensory toys on the market, there are plenty of options to choose from. For toddlers, we suggest starting with something they can touch and feel. A great example of this is our sensory rice. They come in different colors and allow children to find fun and creative ways to use them.

You may find that your child is not particularly interested in sensory rice. That is okay too. Encourage them to try new toys and continue to introduce new sensory-based activities. Over time they will gravitate to a certain type of toy, and the progress will teach you a lot about their personality.

Tiny Trends Design Co. is a homegrown Canadian business. Our learning tower is designed with safety as its top priority. With our unique structure, we elevate children to explore new heights.

If you have any questions about this article or would like to know more about our learning tower, please contact us.



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