Monthly Archives: June 2013

A Baby’s Senses – Smell

We’ve been looking at babies different senses, so far we’ve looked at babies and children’s hearing, sight and touch – Babies love chewing on their teethers.

A child is born with five senses (hearing, sight, touch, smell and taste) and right from birth; he/she can explore each of them. As babies learn and make discoveries through their senses, new neuron pathways develop in their brain. The more they learn, the more they strengthen pathways they already have. Sensory development for a child is an important part of brain development.

Sense of Smell

Our last sense to look at out for a baby’s 5 senses is a baby’s taste sense…

Baby Teether Natural Pear (2)

All our toys are hand made using 100% pure natural rubber, please visit our website today. www.kimbee.com.au.

Joanne @Kimbee

Related: Natural Rubber Teethers / Sensory Toys / Eco Bath Toys

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A Baby’s Senses – Touch

We’ve been looking at babies different senses, so far we’ve looked at a baby’s hearing and their sight – how bright colours catch a baby’s attention.

A child is born with five senses (hearing, sight, touch, smell and taste) and right from birth; he/she can explore each of them. As babies learn and make discoveries through their senses, new neuron pathways develop in their brain. The more they learn, the more they strengthen pathways they already have. Sensory development for a child is an important part of brain development.

Sense of Touch

We’ll look at a baby’s smell sense in our next blog…

Natural Rubber Teether
Kelsie Seahorse

All our toys are hand made using 100% pure natural rubber, please visit our website today. www.kimbee.com.au.

Joanne @Kimbee

Related: Natural Rubber Teethers / Sensory Toys / Eco Bath Toys