How gardening can develop your child’s sensory inputs – South Coast Herald

Creating a sensory garden allows your child to experiment with different textures, such as soil, rocks, water, mud, seeds, new sprouts, leaves, roots, and even weeds. It also teaches children perseverance and patience. A plant does not grow in an instant. It requires time, attention, water, sunlight, and some TLC.  What is a sensory garden? …

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