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The Putty With Pieces!
Discovery Putty is the playful way to strengthen hands and improve fine motor planning. Grab the Goodies play putty has food-shaped 'goodies' hidden in the brightly-colored, soft-resistance putty. Stretch young hands and minds at once by molding and pulling the putty until all fifteen hidden objects are found. Then have kids hide the pieces all over to challenge them again and again! This therapy putty is doubles as a strengthening tool and a fidget toy.
- Strengthens hands and improves fine motor control
- Supports speech and color recognition
- Free of gluten, casein, latex and soy
- Age 5+
High quality professional putty. Use with adult supervision.
Please note: The quantity and type of hidden pieces may vary.Download Guidelines for Safe Use
Contains 4 oz. putty
Made from silicone
Not for Mouthing or Chewing
Removes easily from clothing with use of alcohol
greatchild loves itRead MoreDiscovery PuttyStudents enjoy the 'discovery factor'!!Read MoreMy kids love this!My kids love playing with the discovery putty. they can spend hours pulling out all the pieces, lining them up nicely and then hiding them all in there again. Rayzel, MomRead MoreThe BEST!Discovery Putty is the best....THE BEST! Kids at my gym LOVE it and don't even understand that they are working on SO many occupational therapy goals when playing with it. I've spent my career hiding things in theraputty to work on increasing grasp strength. Kids got bored pretty quickly with the coins I would stick in the putty. When I found Discovery Putty things changed. Kids love looking through the putty to find the different treats or animals hidden inside. In addition to working on increasing grasp strength and fine motor skills, Discovery Putty works on improving bilateral coordination skills, focus and attention and language skills (identifying what they have discovered in the putty). Meghan Corridan, OTR/LRead MoreSo Many Uses!"I have used the traditional putty with my preschool children for awhile with beads, pennies, etc, but it quickly grew tiresome both for me and my kids. When I saw these Discovery Putty products, I was so excited and immediately bought. I have been brainstorming since then on different skills that could be worked on. Obviously, fine motor strength, pincer grasp, bilateral hand use, use with chopsticks for added challenge, as well as playing with this on their belly to increase strength in the shoulders. I also want to work on visually scanning and discrimination by making flash cards with each object's picture so they have to search, find, and match each item appropriately!! I am so very excited to incorporate these products in my treatments!!" Kendra, Occupational TherapistRead MoreGreat for motor and social skills!My 5 year old struggles with her fine motor skills, so we knew we needed something to work with that. This putty is perfect! She stretches, pulls, rolls, and manipulates it all over while pulling out the little candies. When she finds them all, she makes the putty into little "cakes" and puts the candies on top. Then she starts serving it to the family, which gets her interacting with us, a bonus that we never expected! Definite must-have in our house!Read MoreNot as Expected!I used the putty with my student's and I see the true benefits of the putty consistency vs other types of putty. 1. The putty does not stick to the hands like traditional putty 2. It is easy to pinch and pull 3. It is challenging, but fun for my student's to play "hide and find" in this putty. 4. The objects included with the putty provided additional opportunities for my student's to use language, vision,tactile, cognitive and bilateral hand skills. Thank you for giving me an opportunity to try your new product, I will definitely share my experience with my follow OT and speech colleagues.Read More
Answered QuestionsSeems to me the treasures looking like edible treats would lead to kids putting them in their mouths???What are the different resistances helpful in? How do I decide which type of resistance to choose?Becky / Apr 3, 2016