RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Stimulating Children's Senses - Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Criss-crossing back and forth boundaries and limits
set up from childhood on our brains and innate talent.
Knowing that some parents do not understand how very
important it is to stimulate an infant's intellect and
imagination through classical music.
Playing with adults as well as children, being allowed
to go for walks, touching and exploring everything that
catches their sight.
Even a newborn can be brought in the arms of a parent,
to put their hands on the trunk of a tree, also to feel
the consistency of rocks, leaves, mud and moss.
It automatically stimulates their little brains, inducing
their curiosity to grow and mature throughout life, always
questioning and looking for answers to express curiosity.
A beautiful gift every parent can give to their children,
is to stimulate their senses with touch, sight, smell and
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