While reading about how our senses affect our perceptions, I was surprised to discover how our perception is based off of several senses. I always thought of the five senses; touch, taste, seeing, hearing and smell as separate departments. I now see our senses are each component of a single working machine called perception. The difference multisensory perceptions can be seen in how our children learn in school. I have heard many times that there are four primary types of learning, auditory, visual, kinesthetic and reading and writing. This resulted in me into reading an interesting article on how a child can fall into more than one type of learning. This multisensory teaching technique can help a child learn through use of multiple senses. For example, a child can be both an auditory and kinesthetic learner.