SENSORY PLAY

Experience outdoors with a sensory play area  

"I would like to take this opportunity to thank you and say how pleased we were with the efficient and friendly service provided by your company when installing our new sensory garden." Office Manager

Sensory Play

The imaginative use of different plants, materials and surfaces helps engage children's senses by bringing sounds, textures and aromas to life.
See, hear, feel, smell, taste.

Children learn best and retain the most knowledge when a range of senses are engaged. Sensory play areas enhance learning through hands-on activities, and helps children explore the world they live in.

Creatively designed sensory zones, with activities to stimulate each of our senses, allow children to experience different elements of the world of nature for themselves.
Sensory Planting

Aromatic plants are an ideal way to ensure that sight, smell, touch, hearing and taste are stimulated whilst providing a tranquil and green retreat. It broadens children's imagination and geographical knowledge, providing habitats for small wildlife as well.

Sensory planting can also be used very effectively for soft zoning between different play areas.

Bespoke sensory design

We are careful to provide for all five senses in each of our sensory designs, and include a mixture of textures and colours.  Activity points are strategically placed throughout the area, resulting in a colourful learning zone, providing the perfect environment for discovering and exploring.

Get in touch and see what we can create for you.

Sensory Panels

Our hand-carved sensory panels bring scenes to life with different textures and colours. They're also true works of art in their own right!


Sensory Surfacing 

A mixture of surface textures is essential to every sensory area. They provide excellent opportunities for creativity with shapes and colours, carrying massive visual impact. Varied surfaces can help the development of gross motor skills and balance. 


SURFACING OPTIONS
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