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A child makes his first orientation of the world around him through his senses which help him absorb impressions of his surroundings. In the first two years of life, the child is guided by some inner sensitivity to acquire certain knowledge, and then the concious mind takes over this process. At this time it is critical to guide him as he continues to absorb information at a phenomenal rate.
Used by children of all ages, sensorial materials help the child in developing his five senses and his mathematical mind. Some of the sensorial equipment includes Geometric Cabinet, Geometric solids, Rough and Smooth Boards, Box of Fabric, Sound Boxes, Thermic Bottles, Constructive triangles, Binomial cube and Triomial Cube. These materials help give a solid base of facts to build a more accurate use of language and a keener mind for mathematics and the sciences.