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Kids learn best when they have the freedom to explore and play in an environment that is safe and open to lots of imaginative play. A sensory garden can help kids regulate their moods and allow them to obtain sensory feedback through their five senses. This can mean happier and calmer kids.
Children like large, brightly coloured flowers and vegetables that grow quickly. Plants such as sunflowers, corn and pumpkins are good examples.
You should also consider using varieties of plants that have sensory and textural qualities as well. Examples of great sensory plants include: