Sensorial Education

 They begin at age three and lay the foundation for later work in science, geography, sociology, music, art and other areas where skills in observation, sorting, patterning, and classification are important.

Discrimination of length, width, and height

Discrimination of volume

Discrimination in multiple dimensions

Discrimination among color tones

Discrimination among geometric shapes for shape and relative size

Discrimination among solid geometric shapes by sight and touch

Solving of complex abstract puzzles in three dimensions

Discrimination of intensity and nature of sounds

Discrimination among musical tones

Discrimination of texture by touch

Discrimination of weight by touch

Discrimination of temperature by touch

Discrimination of scents

Which, in the older students, lead to such exercises as:

Precise observation of the natural world

Culinary discrimination