Chill Spa Large 20' x 20'
Chilled Out Kids = Fewer Disciplinary Issues
Transform a room in your school or clinic into a ChillSpa Sensory Room. Our therapeutic tools and equipment help children to diffuse excess energy and aggression. After just a few minutes, kids can chill out and re-set their mood to get ready to sit, focus and learn for hours.
This calm-down sensory room can benefit all children, and is especially effective in reducing disruptive behaviors from aggression, anxiety, or frustration. From mesmerizing fiber optic lights to a soothing swings, the calming effect is measurable. Use for short sensory breaks throughout the day, or bring the class inside for a lesson. All tools and equipment should be used under adult supervision.
- Offers multiple sources of calming visual and auditory sensory input
- A relaxing space with cozy nooks for several kids at once
- Fits a 20' x 20' - 30’ x 30’ space
- Can accommodate approximately 20 children
- Made by Fun and Function
- Age 3+
Large ChillSpa Tools & Equipment
- Interactive bubble tube, fiber optic lights, images projected on the walls, and soothing music provide visual and auditory input and create a calming environment
- Cozy safe spaces like the sensory igloo and ball pit help children feel less overwhelmed and provide a sense of control over their environment
- Suspended swings to hang out and chill or rock back and forth
- See details tab for complete list of tools and equipment
Ideas for Use
- Watch the video about our ActiveMind School Partnership and the importance of combining movement with learning
- Learn how to create a sensory environment at home
- Download the Fun and Function Behavior Tracking Tool to measure results
- Download the Fun and Function Activity Guide for sensory motor activity ideas
For best results, training is highly recommended. Our team provides expert guidance and support.
This package includes:
Commitment to Safety
Always select products for your child’s developmental abilities, which can differ from chronological age. Consult with your pediatrician or therapist for guidance.