Learning : Sensorial Education

Since 'Nothing comes to the intellect that is not first in the senses', the sensorial equipment is designed to help develop his/her ability to:

• Make judgements.
• To compare and discriminate on the basis of shape, size, texture, weight, colour and temperature.
• To store-up impressions in his/her muscular memory developing certain muscles and motions.

There are Jars to be sniffed, Sound Cylinders to be listened to, Colour Tablets to be arranged in gradation, Black Towers to be built and Knobbed Cylinders to be put in their place.





 
 

 
   

Learning : Sensorial Education

Since 'Nothing comes to the intellect that is not first in the senses', the sensorial equipment is designed to help develop his/her ability to:

• Make judgements.
• To compare and discriminate on the basis of shape, size, texture, weight, colour and temperature.
• To store-up impressions in his/her muscular memory developing certain muscles and motions.

There are Jars to be sniffed, Sound Cylinders to be listened to, Colour Tablets to be arranged in gradation, Black Towers to be built and Knobbed Cylinders to be put in their place.