A sensory garden is a wonderful way for children to explore their senses and learn about the environment around them. It is also a healthy place of discovery and gets children outdoors. Children with disabilities also greatly benefit from exposure to sensory gardens, as they provide a therapeutic and safe way for them to explore their senses. Gardens are places for kids to learn new skills, build their confidence, have fun, learn to take care of plants and build respect for their environment as well as improve their health.
Sensory gardens at IAS, provide intimate spaces where young children can be immersed in the scents, textures, and colors of plants and related elements. Along with specially selected plants, sensory gardens also include elements such as wind chimes, windsocks, flags, and children’s art.
Sensory garden entices your senses Sound, Touch, Smell, Sight and Taste.
Adjoining the reception, our sensory garden provides a shaded, enclosed rainforest area with a range of fauna to touch and smell. Natural air and light make this a lovely hideaway for parents and children to take a few minutes out!