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Touch and Texture


Children rely strongly on touch to understand the world. During their early years they are learning through their five senses.


Learning through touch and texture is important as it helps children with language acquisition. This also helps children strengthen their motor skills – for example squeezing, gripping, pouring, stacking. Additionally, it will also improve their hand eye coordination and muscle movement.

Here at OISCA we make full use of our outdoor space for such activities. We feel children interacting with nature it is the best way to educate them.


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