Children acquire language as they develop, but they have been using their senses from day one. Hearing, touching, tasting and smelling enable them to receive and utilize new information. By providing them with meaningful experiences, they gather language tools that support the cognitive concepts specific to the experience. Using pudding, paint brushes, and food coloring, we created our very own dairy masterpiece! Your budding artists mixed colors (recognizing how they change), manipulated the texture of the pudding, created shapes, and enjoyed sharing their discoveries with their peers!