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  1. Reading Focus Card Combo - Set of 2
    GM4570 Reading Focus Card Combo - Set of 2
    $22.99
  2. Ergo-Rite Reading Board
    RW4529 Ergo-Rite Reading Board
    $89.99
  3. Senseez Pillow
    CF4938P Senseez Pillow
    From $36.99
    Product is out of stock
  4. Visual Attention Teacher’s Kit
    CF6012 Visual Attention Teacher’s Kit
    Sale Price $99.97 Regular Price $109.97
  5. Read and Learn Kit
    CF6014 Read and Learn Kit
    Compare at $179.99 Regular Price $209.99
  6. Therapist Kit
    CF6231 Therapist Kit
    $259.99
  7. Teen Break Box®
    CF7164 Teen Break Box®
    $409.99
  8. Spot Markers
    CF5878P Spot Markers
    From $31.99
  9. Too Cool Tween Homework Kit
    HW4418 Too Cool Tween Homework Kit
    Sale Price $136.99 Regular Price $152.00
    Product is out of stock
  10. Sensory Canopy
    EX6819 Sensory Canopy
    $49.99
    Product is out of stock
  11. Sensory Hallway
    KT7474 Sensory Hallway

    Starting at $36.99

  12. Classroom Corner - Custom Choice
    CF7035 Classroom Corner - Custom Choice

    Starting at $37.99

  13. Sensory Space at Home Large
    KT7503P Sensory Space at Home Large

    Starting at $47.99

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Sensory Rooms

A sensory room uses therapeutic equipment such as weighted products, soft play equipment, ball pits, bubble tubes and interactive wall panels to create an immersive sensory experience. A sensory room can be customized to stimulate sensory-seekers or calm a child on the verge of a meltdown. Swings and adaptive climbing walls provide vestibular and proprioceptive feedback for kids who need more sensory input to feel ready to learn. With its mix of calming tools, a sensory room can serve as a therapeutic environment for those with autism or dementia, or a safe space for kids who need a break from the sensory overload and social stressors in school. For kids who need a break while remaining in the classroom, a calm down corner can include tools such as bean bag chairs, gel tiles and fidgets to promote self-regulation. A calm down corner is also a space-saving solution that can be placed in any area of the home, so that kids can enjoy a soothing experience after a long school day or before settling into bed. Enhance your sensory space with trampolines and rockers.