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Open-ended Activities and kids sensory Play

Updated: Apr 23


messy sand sensory play
touch and sensory play

Open-ended Play

Open-ended play allows children to express their creativity freely. There are no instructions, rules or guides for children to follow. Unlike closed-ended games and activities, there is no “right” answer or “right” way to complete and finish the project. During open-ended play, children have the ability to make their own decisions and fully engage their creativity and imagination.


It’s simply a purposeful setup of materials that invites the child over to play and explore in an open-ended, child-led way. The materials set out can be anything found around the house, for example cardboard boxes, clay, sand, fabrics, paper supplies, can and bottles, pots and pans etc. The goal is to select and arrange the materials in a way that’s both interesting and engaging.



Sensory Tray made with flour and Marine creatures

marine life sensory play in mum n kids preschool daycare mont kiara
marine life sensory play in mum n kids preschool daycare mont kiara

Sensory Jelly Crystals pearls at Mum N Kids Preschool daycare
Sensory Jelly Crystals pearls at Mum N Kids Preschool daycare

Children loves the springy touch of the bouncy Jelly.

Kids Sensory Play are important at an early age. Expose your children to different types of touches as early as possible to encourage positive developments for motor skills and cognitive developments. Join playdates or playgroups to build social skills and communication foundations, sensory play would be a great tools for your toddlers to explore and make friends with another toddlers!


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