We live in a time of computers, tablets, smart phones. Children from an early age use it. If we want to child grow properly, he or she must daily: jump, rotate, run, think. Kids need to move! Movement creates synapses in the brain that are necessary for children to read, write, learn. 

Material: self-adhesive vinly floor foil + LAMINATED!

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Our sensory paths are made of quality foils. They are intended for any smooth surface, best on ceramic tiles. Before installing, clean the surface you want to put the application. Let it dry well. The applications are laminated and can be treated with cleaning agents. With proper installation, it can take years.

What is a sensory path?

A sensory path is an evidence-based, colorful, creative and playful way for kids to improve motor planning, fundamental motor skills, and build stronger sensory connections in the brain that are responsible for sight, touch, sound, balance, proprioception etc., which enable kids to complete complex, multi-stage tasks. Sensory pathways are also an important part of a larger umbrella concept called “sensory play,” which is exactly what it sounds like: play designed to stimulate and improve your child’s senses.

Holly Barker Clay, a special education teacher in Oxford, told: „Sensory path is used several throughout the school day when a kid need a break, or for when a kid cant't keep his wiggles still!“
„By jumping, bending, and finally breathing, the sensory buildup is able to release. All that energy can be best ultized by their brain!“

Sensory paths are great for use in schools, daycare's, hospitals, homes, kindergardens.

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Please do not copy our designs for your own.What is a sensory walk?Sensory Walk – Exploring the Sense of Touch. … A sensory walk is a great way to explore the sense of touch, especially for children with sensory processing needs.Why are sensory paths important?Why Sensory Play is Important for Development. … Providing opportunities for children to actively use their senses as they explore their world through ‘sensory play’ is crucial to brain development – it helps to build nerve connections in the brain's pathwaysWhat is sensory activity?A sensory activity is anything that involves the 5 senses (taste, touch, smell, hearing, sight) and also the vestibular or proprioception systems (see what are the 8 senses for more info). Sensory activities for children can be messy, engaging, fun, and easy to put together.