School after hours

Activities with children - Group 2 - Sensory classes

During the classes, we went to a friendly school to a special sensory room, where students could use various kinds of help to practice their motor skills. The aim of sensory games was not only to provide entertainment for the child, but above all to provide stimuli affecting the development of the senses, which the child uses every day.
  • Thanks to them, the child will learn to react consciously to various stimuli
  • Sensory games also support the proper development of the nervous system and motor functions
  • Stimulate visual, auditory and tactile perception
  • Group games are a great way to learn communication, problem solving and teamwork
  • They can also be helpful when your child needs to be quieted or has trouble maintaining concentration and focus