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On the Sensorial shelves, there are specially designed materials to encourage development of the senses, such as the Pink Tower and sets of knobbed cylinders, which permit grading exercises.

There are materials to introduce matching games such as the sound boxes, the colour tablets and many others. The puzzles blocks called “the binomial and trinomial cubes” are a fun way to introduce the child indirectly to mathematical formulae.

Each of these Sensorial materials is used to stimulate and refine one of the sensory areas, expand language development and indirectly prepare the child for further learning.