Sensory input and output may be hard for a child to regulate if they have sensory processing issues. Children need tactile, visual or kinesthetic to help them desensitize and learn how to adapt in these situations.
Q. What are Sensory Processing Activities?
Sensory processing activities are activities that allow the child to use their senses to wake up their neurons. This helps them feel safe in their space and learn how to adapt to different environments accommodating their needs with and without tactile stimuli, visual and auditory stimuli in a structured learning environment. Structure is key.
Q. What is the benefit of Sensory Play?
Sensory play focuses on activities that engage your child's senses, helping them develop language skills and motor skills. It also helps with cognitive growth, fosters social interactions, and encourages experimentation and creativity.
Q. What services do we provide?
Make your own Sensory Bin Party
Decorate Your Own Cupcake Party
Move & Freeze Parties
Magnetic Tile Parties
Interactive Sports Table Parties
Dress Up /Tea Parties
Makeup & Paint Nails Parties
Design A Poster & Sticker Parties
Kinetic Sand Layering Parties
We are happy to add on other parties. If there is a theme your child loves, just ask and we will do our best to make it happen.
Q. How do we book?
Email, phone text and deposit. We accept all major credit cards.