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The Origins of Thinking

The Senses

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The Senses & Your Child's Development

The Senses – sight, sound, smell, taste, and touch -- provide the raw material the brain uses to develop its own unique way of processing information. In other words, the senses help the brain to learn how to think and a whole lot more. This is why it's so important to give kids tons and tons of opportunities to explore their world with all their senses.

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Introduction to

The Senses

The senses are at the center of your child's development. LEARN MORE...

Where Critical Thinking Begins

The senses hold the key to significant advances in your child's cognitive development.

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The Age of Distraction

As a parent, chances are you’ve asked yourself, “Why don’t kids pay attention?” Fact is, they ARE! 

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Respect the Mess

Examining the benefits of all that mess!

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The Quest Chest

Turn your next treasure hunt into a multisensory quest for fun and learning. Ages 3+.

20-30 minute activity.

HERE'S HOW...

The Seven Senses

Seven? Yes, seven. Meet the two senses we didn't learn about in school...

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