A child starts gathering sensorial impressions long before birth and bases their knowledge about life on these invaluable pieces of information. Our brain stores them safely through our life...only to bring us back to our grandma’s house at the smell of those vanilla buns...twenty years later.
Sensorial materials develop perceptions acquired by sight, smell, touch, hearing, taste and by stereognostic sense. In this session we'll work with texture, dimension, smells and flavours. Come and join us.