Sensory development in preschool refers to the process through which children refine and integrate their sensory experiences to make sense of the world around them. It involves the development and maturation of the sensory systems, including sight, hearing, touch, taste, and smell, as well as the sensory processing skills that allow children to interpret and respond to sensory information.

During the preschool years, children’s sensory systems become more refined, and they learn to use their senses to gather information, explore their environment, and engage with the world.

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