Teach words and alphabets while playing
Why Sensory Pathways?
Sensory Play is fun and satisfying. Sensory activities can engage children for a longer duration than an adult-led activity. The sensory path is one of the key aspects of sensory play, which is a fast-emerging learning method throughout the world.
Is it a hopping game material?
Like hopscotch, this is a completely new form of sensory play which provides fun, interesting and at the same time challenging activities for kids. These are thoughtfully designed to help the overall development and well-being of the child. When children can run faster, managing them with varied tasks in a controlled set of rules is not all that easy! But this material can help to play by rules.
How it helps children?
This teaching/learning material is designed to stimulate and improve your child’s sensory perception and awareness. It helps develop cognitive skills and motor skills like balance, hand-eye coordination, and spatial awareness. Any child can use this! This can even help children with learning disabilities catch up to their peers.
Want to make your kid's learning process easier?
The beautifully designed sensory paths enable kids to complete complex tasks by building stronger sensory connections in the brain. When you buy this "learn while play" material, it will become a natural part of your child's everyday playtime.
Walk with Balance: The kid has to walk from the round start button to the end. The leg should be inside the colourful alphabet box.
Pronounce Alphabets: Kids have to pronounce the alphabet when they walk on a particular alphabet circle. This helps improve their memory.
Creative Play: You can ask your kid to bend and touch the alphabets of their names when they come across the particular alphabets.
Teaching words is easier:
This "learn while play material" is designed to develop their physical literacy. This sensory pathway contains a vast list of easy to pronounce 3 letter words with minimal sound variations. Kids gain confidence and learn with interest when you teach your kid in creative ways.