Get messy at some of these fantastic sensory play classes around Perth.
If you’ve heard of the term ‘sensory play’ but are not sure what it means, it basically refers to any sort of play that can stimulate the senses – touch, smell, hearing and sight. With babies, you can add 'taste' to that list, since they love putting everything into their mouth.
Sensory, messy play is how babies and toddlers learn, and has been shown to improve a number of skills, including cognitive, social and fine motor skills. It can involve anything from blowing bubbles to sand or water play, painting, and using a range of different materials.
Perth has a number of fantastic sensory play classes for children of all ages, including infants, and theses classes are fantastic for kids to interact with others their own age, develop their skills and keep the mess out of your home! Here is where to find sensory play in Perth.
Messy Tots, Kingsley and Joondalup 0435 871 762
Come and experience messy, sensory play and don’t worry about cleaning up the mess at home!
Activities include water play, jelly, slime, coloured pasta and painting.
Suitable for children aged from 6 months (sitting unaided) to 5 years.
Also offers parties, group bookings, playgroups and slime parties for children aged 4 and over.
Image: Messy Tots Facebook page
Baby Sensory Locations at Baldivis, Beckenham, East Victoria Park, Joondalup, Lakelands, Morley, Mosman Park, Swan View, Trigg and Wembley
Classes are available for babies from birth to 13 months.
Classes are designed specifically for babies from birth to aid development and eqach class features a huge variety of sounds, smells, textures, music and dance.
See also Toddler Sense below.
Image: Baby Sensory Facebook page
Toddler Sense Locations at Baldivis, Trigg, Wembley and Lakelands
Suitable for babies and toddlers aged 13 months to 4 years.
Classes feature a number of physical activities, such as climbing, rolling and bouncing, creative activities and more!
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