A comprehensive collection of high-quality learning materials and educational toys which develop three senses and types of discrimination: auditive discrimination which is all about hearing differences with the ears. The main goal is to hear the differences and similarities between two sounds. For example, hearing with which letter a word starts and distinguishing two different sounds are activities which stimulate auditive discrimination.
Visual discrimination is all about seeing differences with the eyes. The main goal of this type of discrimination is to see the differences and similarities of certain objects, shapes and letters. Playing memory or finding a certain shape inside the house or a classroom are activities which stimulate visual discrimination.
Tactile discrimination is all about feeling differences and similarities by touch. The main goal is to feel the differences and similarities of different shapes and structures. Playing a feel memory or playing a game while blindfolded are activities which stimulate tactile discrimination.