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Sensory Play in Birmingham

by BecSorby (follow)
Sensory play is a fun and often messy way for children to learn!

Play and mess are how babies and children learn about the world around them. Sensory play is one of the best forms of play for development and has been shown to improve cognitive skills, fine motor skills and social skills.

If you’re not familiar with sensory play, it is basically any type of play that uses the senses to learn. It is often called ‘messy play’ and can be anything from finger painting and blowing bubbles, to playing with sand or water. Sensory play sessions are great for letting the little ones get messy while learning, avoiding the mess in your own home and allowing you and the kids to meet new people. Here is where you can find sensory play in Birmingham.



Tots Play
Locations: Throughout Birmingham – find a class here.
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Classes for children aged 0 to 4 years,
Multi-play classes that include music, massage, yoga, sensory play and physical play.
Also offer Tots Play Parties.

Baby Sensory
Locations: Throughout Birmingham – find a class here.
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Classes are for babies aged up to 13 months.
Baby Sensory has been specifically designed for children from birth to aid your child’s development.
Classes include a variety of sounds, sights, smells and textures plus dance, music and more.
No two classes are the same!
See also – Toddler Sense below (the follow-on class to Baby Sensory.)

Image: Baby Sensory UK Facebook page


Toddler Sensory
Locations: Throughout Birmingham – find a class here.
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Classes are suitable for children aged 13 months to 4 years.
Each class focuses on social, creative and physical skills for play and development.
Physical activities include climbing, rolling, jumping and bouncing, plus so much more!
See also – Baby Sensory above.)

Crash Bang Wallop
Location: 114 Lindon Road, Brownhills, West Midlands, WS8 7BW
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Indoor sensory play centre.
Activities include a bubble tube, fibre optic curtain and lights, mirror ball, spotlights and projectors and more!



Sensory Room at Portway Lifestyle Centre
Location: Newbury Lane, Oldbury, B69 1HE
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Portway Lifestyle Centre has a dedicated sensory room.
Has been designed to develop the senses and can also support communication skills for adults and children with disabilities.
Interactive equipment plus special lighting.

The Creation Station, Walmley
Locations: Walmley and Erdington
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Run sensory play classes, plus art and craft sessions, for children aged from 4 months to 11 years.
Classes use different techniques and materials for fun learning.

Image: Creation Station Walmley West Midlands Facebook page


Baby Glowbugs
Location: Hagley Road, Halesowen, B63 4QQ
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’Glow in the dark’ baby sensory classes for babies aged from birth to 18 months.
Watch them marvel at the lights and explore the sensory areas.
Sessions also include group activities and glowing show.

For more fantastic classes in Birmingham, read on here.




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