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Inside, you will find sensory toys and items from past boxes to engage your child in fun, therapeutic play.
Inside you will find...
-Simpl Dimpl- This keychain has two little silicone bubble buttons that you can “pop” and push. The simple design makes for the perfect tool to keep hands occupied and to fidget with to help improve concentration or to help manage anxiety. The small design makes it easy to take with you when you’re traveling or in the car. You can also attach it to a backpack or coat zipper. This toy makes a slight noise when you push the buttons in, which makes it all that more satisfying to fidget with.
-Webby Wiggle Ball
-Bouncy Band- This band for elementary school chairs increases focus and academic performance by giving children an outlet for excess energy while working. An independent study at Clemson University concluded that students using Bouncy Band stay on task an average of 10% longer, equating to an extra 35 minutes per school day.
-Magnatab!- This tablet is perfect for drawing shapes, practicing letters, and creating patterns. It’s a multi-sensory experience involving sight, sound, and tactile sensory input. The magnet at the end of the stylus pulls the metal beads to the top and locks them into place with a satisfying “snap.” Erasing is just as fun by pressing the beads back down with your finger. Children can use this tablet to doodle or just as a fun sensory activity. It’s fun to hear the clicking noise the beads make when drawn up to the top and tactile sensory input is provided to the hands and fingertips by pressing on the beads to release them. It’s re-usable, mess free, and perfect to bring in the car.
-Usborne Step-by-Step Drawing Animals Book- This book breaks down drawing into smaller, easy to follow steps. It starts with using basic shapes and lines to create the animal and then progresses to adding more details. This book is a wonderful way to introduce children to art and to build their confidence by learning how to draw pictures of animals they may otherwise not know how. Copying the shapes and steps is great for working on fine motor skills and improving visual motor skills. Some children may be able to copy the animals independently, and others may need more assistance. If your child is not able to complete by themselves, you can provide verbal and visual cues to help show what lines/ shapes to draw first and where to begin on the paper. If drawing the entire animal is too much, you can always leave out the end details and stick to the basic outlines of the animals.
-Sensory Genius Stress Balls: Each ball is a different level of resistance: firm, soft and squishy. Perfect for the classroom, home, or to bring with you when you’re traveling. These stress balls can be calming, reduce stress, and can help improve concentration/ ability to focus. Great to use as a warm up prior to fine motor work or handwriting to help “wake up” the small muscles of the hand.
-SloFlo- This unique sensory compound has such a wonderful feel to it! It’s light, airy, and doesn’t leave a residue on your hands. Have fun shaking the container card to watch the SloFlo move around or take it out and enjoy playing with it. Squeeze it, pack it into a ball, press it down, or let it run through your fingers. The texture makes for a pleasant sensory activity and provides tactile stimulation to the hands and fingers.
Note: *You are solely responsible for determining if the contents in Sensory TheraPLAY Box are suitable for your child. Always use close supervision while your child is playing with the items in this box. By purchasing, you agree to Sensory TheraPLAY Box's Terms and Conditions.