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Go Ahead, Let Your Baby Make a Mess. (It's Good for Her Brain!)

Sensory learning is tops for babies’ cognitive development: In fact touching and experiencing a wide variety of textures literally stimulates neural connections in their brains. That’s why our infant programs include weekly “Wet and Messy” activities, in which babies are encouraged to stomp on wet sponges, play with water, and even get their hands inside of a pumpkin. Check out the video to see a few of our babies getting Wet and Messy (and smarter)!

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