Calm & Focus

  • Quick View Plush Pickle

    Plush Pickle

    A friendly weighted lap pad for regulation and sensory integration.

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  • Quick View Regulation Putty™

    Regulation Putty™

    This playful putty strengthens hands and improves fine motor planning. The expressive faces hidden inside help kids learn emotions so they can express how they feel.

    In stock

  • Quick View Denim Marble Maze

    Denim Marble Maze

    For fine motor practice, visual processing and sensory seeking on-the-go.

    In stock

  • Quick View Denim Pocket Lap Pad

    Denim Pocket Lap Pad

    This multi-purpose lap pad has calming weight, fidgets and pockets.  


    In stock

Calm and Focus. Both are fundamental to engaging our children in becoming great adults. Whether you want to create your very own space for calming, encourage focus and attention in your classroom or help a child settle down, we have tools and strategies to assist you. Fun and Function’s “Calm and Focus” products are the ideal strategy for children who display a heightened response to their environment. Children with autism, sensory integration challenges and attention issues will reap the benefits of being offered solutions to calm and engage. Some of our tools such as chewies, weighted clothing and swings can literally act as a “filter” to help children integrate incoming sensory information that may be over-stimulating on their sensitive nervous systems. Cushions can help your children to “calm and focus” whereas a beanbag chair and aromatherapy can create just the perfect environment to “chill out” after a hard day or read a good book. Maybe you are on a tight budget, but need a calm space to create in a bedroom, classroom or clinic? Try purchasing a tent with a lap pad or weighted blanket. Then throw in some earphones for your auditory sensitive child and you’re good to go. Need a homework station? Try a timer, a cushion and a carrel. Last, don’t underestimate the power of the arts. Our arts and crafts section will keep their fingers busy. Give your little artist some background music while they work on their masterpieces. Your child may be overactive when they start, but totally engaged by the time they are done.