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What is a sensory garden?  Explore the senses with kids in this outdoor garden that provides a calming and relaxing environment.  Explore sight, sound, taste, touch, smell, proprioception, and vestibular  senses with these sensory gardening ideas for kids.

Make these small adjustments to your garden to make it a sensory sanctuary in your own backyard!

idea for a maze painted on one side

A pin wheel labyrinth created for a playground on Sacramento Street in China Town in San Francisco. A new use for sidewalk chalk?

Parisian artist Tania Mouraud

Less obvious pattern work- generating a different depth of perception In love with the work of Parisian artist Tania Mouraud – Typography Murals «

carved maze design

Minoan Labyrinth Wall Plaque - This seven-circuit labyrinth dates back to 1200 BC in Greece. A single, continuous pathway winds into its center. It symbolizes the cycle of life, death and rebirth.

Natural Playspaces - Building a Mound Slide via Mummy Musings and Mayhem

Natural Playspaces - Building a Mound Slide via Mummy Musings and Mayhem (wonder if you could do a little cave underneath. like, build a little house with a slide over the top, then cover with dirt and plant grass/flowers)

Have you seen these musical walls on Pinterest? I loved the idea as soon as I saw it! I searched a few different ideas to find the right ...

music sensory wall (drum cans, chimes, different size/texture/length tubes), just add sticks.

Photo uploaded by Erica Duncan Sensory Repin by Gail Zahtz- a great DIY sensory project for any age or budget in even a tiny space.

Kids kitchen counter toy to distract while cooking. Made of PVC piping and table tennis balls. Easy trout together & kids love it! Maybe paint the balls so they have to color match?