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This week in class we’ve been talking a lot about visual development during our black, white and red theme. We’ve got some ideas of black and white resources for playing with your baby to share with you that we find helpful and we’d love to hear about any resources that you discover too. When our […]

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The Sensory Sessions run baby activity classes in venues throughout Edinburgh. Our programme has been written by an occupational therapist, a health professional specialising in function with newborns. This involves play and our little ones developing senses so our classes are full of activities to help your baby’s sensory development. Our classes are colourful, fun […]

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We absolutely love a birthday party and this week we were invited along to Emily’s first birthday. Her sensory play first birthday party was a gorgeous Peter Rabbit themed one and we brought with us our sensory garden, rabbit themed sensory area, our light toys and lots of chicks, well it was Easter weekend! We […]

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  Messy play is the ultimate sensory experience, it is one where our little ones learn to co-ordinate all of their senses to taste, touch, hear, smell and look at all the vibrant colours. They do all of this while co-ordinating their body position, developing their motor skills and maintaining their balance. Messy play is […]

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Our babies learn about the world around them by using their senses. Every experience is a chance for our babies to learn and while all of this new learning is happening, new connections are being made in their brain which is so important for development. The seven senses that we use in sensory play activities […]

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