Friday, September 11, 2015

Exploring Tissue Paper

Recently when Cohort 10 explores painting, the babies have been more interested in what they can do with the paper rather than the paint. This past week, I put tissue paper near them in our classroom to see what they would do. They loved crumpling the paper up, waving it above their heads and eventually ripping it up! They smiled and made happy sounds when they heard the paper crinkling and tearing. They also enjoyed watching each other explore the tissue paper!









Babies learn about the world through their senses. Providing the infants with a variety of sensory activities and provocations helps them build skills such as language, fine and gross motor, problem solving, and so many more!







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