Sensory Seeking Toys & Tools

Sensory Seeking Toys & Tools

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  1. Tactile Scrub Brush -10 Pack
    TC1727 Tactile Scrub Brush -10 Pack
    $19.99
  2. Break-Away Bite Bands
    CF7539 Break-Away Bite Bands
    $29.99
  3. Tough Terry Bands
    CF7574 Tough Terry Bands
    $28.99
  4. Sensory Gel Shapes
    RW7478 Sensory Gel Shapes
    $39.99
  5. Discovery Putty Emoji Expressions
    SP7340 Discovery Putty Emoji Expressions
    $16.99
  6. Sports Fun Fidget Balls
    CF7484 Sports Fun Fidget Balls
    $49.99
  7. Trampoline with Handrail - Black
    VS8372 Trampoline with Handrail - Black
    $109.99
  8. Rope Swing
    MW6297 Rope Swing
    $48.99
  9. Sensory Pathway Decals
    MW8406 Sensory Pathway Decals
    $174.99
  10. Hopscotch Gel Floor Tiles
    CF7424 Hopscotch Gel Floor Tiles
    $429.99
  11. Stick N' Twist Suction Shapes
    CF8343 Stick N' Twist Suction Shapes
    $29.99
  12. SensaSoft™ Foldable Pit
    SD7880BP SensaSoft™ Foldable Pit
    From $759.99
  13. Obstacle Course Tires - Set of 5
    SD8298P Obstacle Course Tires - Set of 5
    From $599.99
  14. Bounce Board
    MW7669 Bounce Board
    $199.99
  15. Busy Fingers 3D Foldables
    SP8344 Busy Fingers 3D Foldables
    $44.99
  16. SensaSoft™ Ball Pit Slide
    SD7777OB SensaSoft™ Ball Pit Slide
    $564.99
  17. Sports Fun Kit
    KT8444 Sports Fun Kit
    $63.99
  18. Activity Play Panel Center
    CF8380 Activity Play Panel Center
    $579.99
  19. IRis Musical Touch Wall
    CF7644 IRis Musical Touch Wall
    $3,900.00
  20. SensaSoft™ Corner Ball Pit
    SD7863BOL SensaSoft™ Corner Ball Pit
    $749.99
  21. Busy Board Wall Panel
    SD8217 Busy Board Wall Panel
    $599.99
  22. Sensasoft™ Cylinder Mountain
    SD7702B Sensasoft™ Cylinder Mountain
    $999.99

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Sensory Seeking Toys

Sensory tools can help kids, teens and adults manage sensory input. For sensory seeking kids and teens, jumping on a trampoline provides proprioceptive input. The rhythmic bouncing can be calming and organizing, especially before or after school or during a therapy session. Sensory seeking kids can benefit from using a sensory gym during the school day. Opportunities for active climbing, rocking, spinning and swinging tools can support sensory integration and boost focus. Kids love zipping around and bouncing, so activities featuring scooters and therapy balls can also be part of a sensory gym program. When kids return to class, they are ready to learn. Once back in class, a rocker board or chair fidget keeps feet busy so that kids can maintain calm. Fidgets can also be placed discreetly inside a desk or clipped on to a belt loop to keep fidgety fingers engaged. Completing seatwork can be challenging for kids with sensory processing disorder, but active seating, such as a wobble chair or inflated cushion, can help kids engage core muscles and get sensory input while they work. For kids who are over stimulated, proprioceptive feedback from a weighted lap pad or weighted clothing can boost calm during circle time or lunchtime. Weighted blankets can also help during a sensory break or when resting at home. A weighted animal friend is the perfect companion when traveling. A sensory room can offer an immersive calming experience. Kids and teens with sensory processing disorder can use the interactive technology to create a sensory experience that's just right for them. In therapy sessions or at playtime, kids with sensory needs love to crawl through a resistance tunnel or wrap themselves in a stretchy cape or space explorer for calming heavy work. Kids may experience sensory overload at the movies, in a busy store or while traveling, and chewies can be helpful in those settings. Chewing can be calming as it helps kids filter incoming sensory information. Kids enjoy wearing chewelry so that they always have a chewy on hand, and many kids use their chewies as fidgets too.

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