Sensory Saturday

See us on Saturday July 9th

We are going to celebrate summer!  We are going to celebrate your child's senses in the great outdoors.  And you are invited.

Sensory Satuday is a family fun event with specially designed and guided sensory activities for babies to big kids.

PLUS- our therapy goats are coming.  The Epona Therapy goats love people and kids.  They can help kids connect with others, connect with nature and they are great at making friends.

Come prepared- rain or shine!  We love to play in all weather and will be exploring the stream, trails and outdoor classroom area.  Dress for outdoor play, bring a water bottle and apply sunscreen and bug spray before arriving.  There is a port-a-potty located on site.

Why attend?

If you wish you were spending more time outside with your kids, come and join us.  If you would like to learn more about sensory development in children, you should come and join us.  If you want to experience the benefits of nature, you must not miss this Sensory Saturday.

Why Nature?

Many children don’t get the opportunity to experience the play and activities needed to develop a healthy nervous system. They can end up struggling with the physical, social, and sensory challenges of school, childcare, and everyday life. Nature is the ultimate sensory experience for all children and a necessary form of prevention for sensory dysfunction.  The outdoors naturally challenges a child senses with the many sounds, smells, textures, temperatures, and colors it offers. Getting kids outside to feel bark, run their fingers through mud and hear the natural birdsong should be natural. Let your kids drive the activities and pace to watch them develop their sensory superpowers!

Research shows that time spent in green space (grass/trees) and blue space (water) have a positive effect on a child’s health. Outside time reduces anxiety and depression, improves cardiovascular health due to increased physical activity, improves academic performance, and heightened attention. A study published in the American Journal of Public Health examined the impact of natural settings on Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) symptoms and found that “green outdoor settings” reduced symptoms. Kids who get outside are happier, have better problem-solving skills, enhanced creativity, and more opportunities for social interactions with others.


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