Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Sensorial Development Exercise

The Sensorial section of the Montessori classroom is designed to help children refine, develop, and explore their sensory abilities ranging from taste to touch and sight to sound.

Try the Sound Boxes (shown below) to give your child the opportunity to work with his or her sense of sound. There are six sets of matched cylinders in the box that have different contents to make varying degrees and types of sounds. Your child will shake them to listen to the sounds and then match them based on the sound.





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