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Sensorial

“The things he sees are not just remembered; they form a part of his soul.”
~ Maria Montessori

The years from birth to six are an amazing period of brain development, never duplicated in a human life. Sense impressions form the ‘raw material’ a child uses to create a unique person and a complete world view. For young children, tactile impressions, sounds, sights, smells, and tastes are not just experiences, but the foundation of their developing brain architecture.

Montessori Sensorial activities focus a child’s attention on the senses, and lead a child to make comparisons, distinctions, and decisions based on sense impressions. This builds strong brain architecture.


Montessori At Home! shows you how to provide Sensory experiences that help your child learn to focus attention, which is the key to learning. These materials develop sensory acuity and discrimination; and open millions of new brain nerve pathways. Young children with a foundation of these experiences find learning math, reading, and writing, and all that follows, much easier.