Scientists who do research on babies sometimes make very interesting experiments. For example, swivel chair work. In this experiment, babies are seated in a swivel chair four times a week and rotated ten times around one circle at a time. Experts, once the babies come back to stop the chair, then turn again. Babies love this experiment. After each turn, they laugh and want to continue. Experts concluded that a child could improve their sense of balance by practicing. The reflexes and basic mobility of the babies in the study are more evident than other children. In addition, the importance of the senses for the healthy development of children was revealed. In addition to the sense of balance that scientists have cared about for the last few years, the sense of smell, touch, taste, hearing and sight is vital. Without sensory perception, babies wouldn't know what to do. Sensory organs help babies to survive. During birth, babies' eyes, ears, taste and sniffing senses are developed enough to gather information and transmit them to the brain through nerve endings. The nerves in the brain collect and sort the information. Thus, a data bank is formed in the baby's head. The child begins to draw a picture of his environment, which consists of many details. For example, the baby begins to recognize the mother from the smell and sound. At the same time, when her mother holds her, she recognizes her with a sense of touch. A few weeks later, his brain begins to see well enough to draw an optical picture. Newborns cannot see clearly and cannot perceive details. In order to get to know the objects in the world, they need to experience with their senses. Researchers show that young children who develop all senses can learn better. For this reason, parents should support the sensory development of their children. They should play games with themHearHow do the beads in the bottle make noises? Babies love sounding toys. Because their senses are already developed. The more complex the tones, the better. They can recognize sounds in different tones. Until the age of five, they use their ears more than their eyes.TouchWhat do they feel? Baby's most sensitive ?? sensory organ skin. By touching an object, they can visualize the picture of that object. Thus, babies; when they see the pictures they touch with their hands, lips and tongues. Children want not only to be touched, but also to be touched.TasteHow does your hand taste? Babies suck everything they get in their mouths. Newborns like sweets. That's why they love breastmilk. They don't like sour and bitter flavors. In the fourth month, with the development of their sense of taste, they begin to enjoy salty things. BalanceWhat's moving in there? Babies love to swing in a hammock. In this way, the senses of balance play a major role in the development of mental and neurological development. The more exercise he performs by shaking, jumping or twisting, the better balance he will have. Thus, future learning difficulties can be prevented from today. SeeWhat the hell is this? What a fascinating feather that slides on your hand. The weakest sensory organs after birth are the eyes. But within three months these senses develop and they follow everything with their eyes. A year later, his vision is almost as advanced as that of a healthy adult. The sense of sight occupies the largest place in the brain compared to other senses. SmellWhat smells? Babies love to smell. They smell people; recognize parents and siblings from their smell. The smell of people or objects they trust, including themselves, calms them. Therefore, they love plush toys.What does your baby like?In the first six months: • Red, blue, yellow and green socks filled with balls, brass, cotton • Beaded necklaces • Colored balloons that you draw on the side of the bed to touch and look • You should ring the bells and the rustling paper. • Swinging on a large bed sheet • Hanging small plush toys on the rope stretched over the bed.In the second six months:• Dancing toys • Dancing with the rhythm of music on the mother's lap and playing with fingers • Pressing the bell and electric buttons • Touching metal, leather, plastic, velvet, sandy paper • Flowers, fruits or vegetables for sniffing • Toys for pushing .