Communication is the most crucial element of parenting children. However, children can get influenced by many ways and one of them is a powerful mode of communication that we practice regularly in our daily lives: Sensory Communication.
When children are small, they communicate more through their senses than through any other form of communication. Infants are at a stage when they cannot see clearly, talk clearly and interpret the meanings of any language clearly. What they can memorize and communicate is through their sense of touch, smell, vision, listening, and expression through crying or small vocalizations.
Children are sensitive in nature and they can easily grasp what you mean to say when required provided you communicate to them using sensory communication techniques.
Sensory communications can be effective in creating a rapport, a bond and a trustful relationship with your child. Sensory communication can motivate and encourage your child to grow.