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      Sensory perception refers to the process by which a person receives, interprets, and organizes sensory information from their environment. This process is fundamental to children's development as it allows them to interact with the world around them.

      There are several types of sensory systems, including:

      Visual: This system allows children to see and interpret visual information such as colors, shapes, and patterns.

      Auditory: This system allows children to hear and interpret sounds such as speech and music.

      Tactile: This system allows children to feel and interpret touch, pressure, temperature and pain.

      Sense of smell: This system allows children to smell and interpret different smells.

      Sense of Taste: This system allows children to taste and interpret different flavors.

      Proprioception: This system allows children to perceive the position and movement of their body in space.

      Vestibular: This system allows children to perceive the position and movement of their head in relation to gravity.

      All of these systems work together, allowing children to perceive and interpret the world around them. Children's ability to perceive and process sensory information can vary, and some children have difficulty with certain types of sensory information. This is called a sensory processing disorder.

      Sensory games such as playing with play dough, finger paints or sand can promote the sensory development of children in a playful way.