Early Childhood Break Box™
Playful Therapy Tools to Engage Young Learners
The tools in our Early Childhood Break Box™ support young children in learning and self-regulation. Helps kids learn to calm down, channel energy and focus for extended periods of time. Durable box includes activity guide. Use with adult supervision.
- Helps substitute challenging behaviors with sensory-based activities
- Tools for fine motor skills, calming pressure, heavy work, tactile exploration and hand-eye coordination
- Helps kids self-regulate with minimum supervision
- Made by Fun and Function
- Ages 3-5
Ideas for Use
Great for classrooms and clinics to manage disruptive behavior. Use your Break Box™ to integrate sensory motor activities throughout the day or during circle time. The flexible set of tools can be used by all students, especially those with specific challenges.
- Webinar and Onsite Training available
- Online Interactive Training
- Download the Fun and Function Behavior Tracking Tool to measure results
- Download Self Regulation and Tracking for Kids (Version for Ages 3-6)
- Download the Fun and Function Activity Guide for sensory motor activity ideas
- Get Quick Tips and FAQs
- Explore Break Boxes™ for Students K-8 and Custom Choice
- Download our Social Stories: Take a Break!
- Free Download: Visual Cues for Early Childhood Break Box™
Box size: 11.25"W x 10.875"H x 16.125"L. For best results, training is highly recommended. Our team provides expert guidance and support.
Kit includes (items may vary):
- Button Pizzazz
- ABC Touch and Feel Letters
- Bumpy Gel Cushion
- Noise Reduction Headphones- Blue
- Hand Eye Coordination Scarves Set
- Lets Go Finger Fishing- SP4949
- Find Me Lap Pad - At the Farm
- Space Explorer (Red) - Small
- Weighed Tactile Beanbags-Set of 5 (1/2 lb.)
- Discovery Disc
- Monkey Animal Lap Pad
- Crawl and Calm Resistance Tunnel - small
- Blast Off! Zipper Trainer
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.