JPNPP SERIES: Understanding the Seven Senses in Early Childhood Development

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Additional knowledge on understanding a child’s sensory system.
Learn how to enhance a child’s sensory integration through sensory play.

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Understanding the Seven Senses in Early Childhood Development

A child needs to develop their sensory input. Sensory input such as auditory, gustatory, and tactile will help a child to understand the sound they are listening to, the texture of things they are touching, and the taste of the food they are eating. The integration of the sensory input can be achieved through various sensory play activities. This course will explain in-depth the sensory system, and there are a few examples of how sensory play helps in enhancing a child’s sensory integration.
The Sensory System in Early Childhood Development00:14:49
Quiz 1 – Understanding the Seven Senses in Early Childhood Development

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Enhance knowledge on child seven senses.

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