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Holidays are so incredibly special. Who doesn't love the sights, sounds, scents and tastes of this special season? And sharing the excitement with a special gift is always a highlight. We especially love this time of year when we can offer suggestions of playful gifts and sensory tools geared toward children with unique or special needs. To help you easily find just the right gift, we're highlighting some of our favorite picks for the 2017 holiday season. The gifts range in style and price, and each can provide support and empowerment for children, teens or adults with special needs.No matter the age or abilities, sensory tools can make incredible gifts for just about anyone with a holiday wish. Use the Solution Finder at FunandFunction.com for more great ideas or call 1.800.231.6329 for personalized guidance from our expert team! Use all products with adult supervision. Please review our detailed safety guidelines.
Some of our most popular solutions are designed to work at virtually every life stage. For example, our bestselling Transformer Sensory Sack can help you go from hyper to calm, from sad to happy, from distracted to alert! Simply climb in and snuggle, stretch, crawl, move, roll and relax with calming sensory integration therapy. Lightweight and folds for easy travel and family trips.The sweetest age. These angels are just beginning to wake up to their sensory and motor needs. As babies and toddlers start to roll, crawl, walk and run, they are learning to explore their environment using their senses. Great gifts for these littlest ones include tools to wake up the senses and encourage safe, secure motion. They are on the go now but starting to understand their place in relation to others. Emotional intelligence becomes a crucial part of learning how to relate as well as self-regulate throughout a school day. Great gift items for these kids help identify "how do I feel?" and which movement or sensory activities will help.