Sensory development is a term parents come across fairly early in their kids’ life. Sensory play refers to any activity that helps in developing the child’s senses, any one or all 7 of them. Nope, that wasn’t a typo – while looking for new sensory play activities to try out on A, I learnt that in addition to the well-known 5 senses, there are 2 more less-known ones bringing the total number of senses to 7! 
So we all know of the 5 senses: touch, sight, hearing, taste and smell. In addition to these, there is also movement (carried out by the vestibular system) and body awareness (carried out by the proprioception system). In my next couple of posts, I’ll be diving in and exploring more about what these two senses are about and what kind of activities help develop these senses.