Introduce open-ended play
Children can express a wide range of emotions through play, much more than talking; it's important to provide them with educational toys that stimulate learning and development.
From birth, children use their senses to explore
As Dr. Maria Montessori has said, sensorial experiences start at birth. The child plays with various textures and materials, discovering their environment and making it part of their learning. Sensory play provides an interactive way of learning which stimulates different areas of the child's development (cognitive, social, speech, fine motor skills, and gross motor skill development)