THE SENSE OF SIGHT
In the Seal Cave, attention is drawn to the illuminated stalactites and glow-in-the-dark insects. The child, looking at the details, recognizes shapes and colors. Through kaleidoscopes, he sees the world in other colors, and when meeting the inhabitants of Sensorysie he learns how animals change the color of their fur.
THE SENSE OF SMELL
Walking through the forest labyrinth, the child stimulates the sense of smell. The intense scent of the forest wafts through the space, and the toddler discovers an invisible world of smells, distinguishing the intense ones from the very subtle ones.
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At Sensorysie, children can get acquainted with a wide variety of flavors. All they have to do is go to our cafe and try the flavor beans. Each of them is a great puzzle and a discovery of a new taste: - sweet, salty, sour, and bitter!
In the forest area of Sensorysie, you can come across leaves that act as sensory blankets. Covering oneself with them evokes a wide range of reactions: calming, relaxing, and improving concentration. Gentle pressure on the child's body stimulates its receptors located in muscles and tendons.
THE SENSE OF HEARING
On the Island, reaching the bird's nest you can hear the sounds of the sea. Calm music and the sounds of simple instruments help develop hearing. The child learns to distinguish the sound of the wind, birdsong, and the sound of falling rain.
THE SENSE OF TOUCH
In the branches of trees, magpies have hidden their prey - keys, padlocks, chains, mirrors, candles - anything they manage to come across. The child touches objects of different textures - hard, soft, smooth, rough, warm, cold, wet, sticky, and spongy. Through play, the toddler increases manual skills.
THE SENSE OF BALANCE
Anyone who makes it to the reed swamp at the Sensory's urging can experience how the sense of balance, or feeling the body in space, works. Jump on a spring-loaded island, climb a network of elastic ropes to land safely on the leaves of the reeds, and rest for a while.