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Therapy Putty That's Educational AND Fun
Discovery Putty is the playful way to strengthen hands and improve fine motor planning. Stretch, mold, and pull the putty until you find all 12 ways to travel -- then hide the pieces all over again! Transportation Station putty features a police car, fire truck, race car, bicycle, sailboat, motorcycle, ship, ambulance, dump truck, skateboard and airplane, all hidden in soft resistance orange putty. Collect all four themes, each with its own color and level of resistance.
- Strengthens fine motor skills and provides tactile exploration
- Versatile therapy tool, fidget, and travel toy for imaginative play
- Supports speech, color recognition, math and language activities
- High quality professional putty, free of gluten, casein, latex, soy
- Age 5+
Therapists, teachers and parents share multiple uses for Discovery Putty. For example, develop 1 to 1 correspondence with a number board, and count each found object. Encourage speech by describing in a sentence. Match objects to pictures of the objects. Identify first, middle or end sounds of the objects with a letter sound board.
Discovery Putty is available in four varieties:
Transportation Station play putty has 12 hidden pieces including a police car, fire truck, race car, bicycle, sailboat, motorcycle, ship, ambulance, dump truck, skateboard and airplane, in orange putty (soft resistance).
School Tools play putty has 13 hidden pieces including a school building, globe, bus, paper, computer, pencil, crayon, lunch box, backpack, calculator, ruler and apple, in red putty (extra soft resistance).
Animal Rescue play putty has 15 hidden pieces including a bear, ladybug, monkey, frog, parrot, lamb, giraffe, fish, whale and alligator, in brown putty (firm resistance).
Grab the Goodies play putty has 15 hidden pieces including treats like fruit, chocolates, donuts, cookies, crackers and candies, in yellow putty (soft resistance).
Please note: The quantity and type of hidden pieces may vary.
Winner of the 2014 Dr. Toy's Best Vacation Products Award.Download Guidelines for Safe Use
Weight: 4 oz.
Made from silicone
Safety-tested CPSIA Compliant
Not for Mouthing or Chewing
Adult supervision required
Removes easily from clothing with use of alcohol
Discovery Putty- Transportation StationMy students like to find the hidden items.Read MoreVery goodIt is a very nice product of good quality and very useful for working with childrenRead MoreExcellent 'hard work' activityMy son (5) struggles with finger strength and handwriting. I got this for him and as he started to use it, I was afraid he would give up because it was hard, but he was so determined to get all of these little guys out and then to manipulate it and put them back. I had never seen him use his fingers like this. It was great. I sent this to school with him and now his teacher has ordered the entire discovery putty kit.Read MoreSilly PuttyThis is exactly like silly putty which you can buy for less money. Best part about this toy is that it has all the little pieces that kids can hide and find. Makes this toy have greater purpose and interest. Toy pieces are small so beware if you have young kids and don't be surprised if you end of losing some after a while unless you closely monitor your child.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).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