Multisensory is primarily focused play aimed at exploring the world through the senses, the aim of which is to optimally support the development of the brain and the use of the senses. During Multisensory classes, we provide children with a wide variety of stimuli that support their sensory integration. We stimulate all senses: sight, touch, smell, hearing, taste, deep feeling, balance.
Development: supporting the overall development of a child (development of nerve connections in the child's brain)
Prophylactic: stops sensory deficits, i.e. too few different stimuli needed for proper development
Relaxation: calmness, relaxation, building a sense of security
Playgrounds: freeing natural creative expression in a playful form, flexible approach - going out of patterns
Relational: developing the ability to cooperate with others, deepening relationships, building awareness of the body and space
Educational: supporting cognitive development (including description of the elements of the world, understanding cause and effect relationships, presentation of substance transformation processes)
Skirning (screening): the ability to determine the child's sensory profile (in the event that the child excessively strives or avoids specific sensory stimuli, it is a signal that suggests sensory integration disorders)
Motorcycles: improvement of fine motor skills (hand and foot work) influencing the development of speech.
Multisensory involves engaging many senses simultaneously in the process of learning or experiencing the world. Multisensory in a kindergarten such as Pomarańczowa Ciuchcia is primarily focused play aimed at exploring the world through the senses. Its goal is to optimally support the development of the brain and the use of the senses. During Multisensory classes, we provide children with a wide variety of stimuli that support their sensory integration, we stimulate all senses: sight, touch, smell, hearing, taste, deep feeling, balance.
Sensory integration is the process by which the brain processes information received from various senses, allowing for a coordinated and purposeful response to the environment. In the everyday life of a preschooler, this is manifested by the ability to concentrate on a task despite surrounding stimuli, motor coordination during play, and the ability to cope with new sensory experiences.
Sensory integration helps children properly process sensory stimuli. As a result, children can concentrate better, participate in group activities at kindergarten, and cope with difficult emotions and stressful situations. Correct sensory integration supports the child's motor, cognitive and social-emotional development.
Sensory integration games in kindergarten should engage different senses, e.g.