Our School Environment :: Sensorial

Children learn to grade the tower blocks by size.

Children learn to grade the tower blocks by size.

Pictures of objects found in the classroom are sorted by similar shape.

Pictures of objects found in the classroom are sorted by similar shape.

The children practice their sense of touch identifying objects in the mystery bag.

The children practice their sense of touch identifying objects in the mystery bag.

Two sets of cylinders are matched by their sound.

Two sets of cylinders are matched by their sound.

Older children learn to grade colors from darkest to lightest.

Older children learn to grade colors from darkest to lightest.

The knobbed cylinder blocks have a built in control of error.

The knobbed cylinder blocks have a built in control of error.

Children learn the names of geometric shapes.

Children learn the names of geometric shapes.

Children learn to build the trinomial cube by using color and size.

Children learn to build the trinomial cube by using color and size.

Prisms are randomly placed and then graded by size.

Prisms are randomly placed and then graded by size.

The red rods are graded by length.

The red rods are graded by length.


    In the sensorial area of the classroom, the child’s senses are refined.
    Cognitive development is stimulated. The child is presented with exercises
    that isolate a quality to be sensed either by matching, grading, or constructing
    materials in a set of ordered steps. The child learns to observe, to classify,
    to sort and to organize his environment.