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The "Handiest" Way to Get Tactile Stimulation!
These colorful Spiky Gloves literally hug the hand with tactile goodness. These 'fingerless' gloves are lined with baby powder and are soft enough inside to pull on and off comfortably while keeping the spikes on the outside to provide tactile stimulation where your kids crave it most. Wearing spiky gloves during handwriting practice can also help increase focus and improve letter formation. Assorted colors. Latex-free.
- Makes a fun hand fidget
- For anyone who craves tactile stimulation or has fidgety fingers
- Can be used as a tool to help improve writing skills
- Age 3+
Package Measurements: 2"L x 6.75"W x 9.75"H
Set of 4
easyIt was very easy finding items I needed. The products are beneficial for all my students who are either Autistic or Intellectually Disabled. I especially liked the spiky gloves, the chewy necklaces and the adaptive scissors. I can't wait to use the GoLight StopLight Timer and textured letters.Read MoreHope gloves will help!My daughter has spd and I am hoping the gloves will help her at schoolRead Moresoft and stretchythese gloves have a nice texture despite their "spiky" appearance. my kids loved to stretch them and pull on the spikes. occasionally they would actually wear them, but they had more fun tearing them apart. better for older children who want pressure on their hands and enjoy the tactile stimulation. my kids are 5 and under.Read MoreObsessed with GlovesMy son is obsessed with gloves. I thought this would be an appropriate sensory object. He loved the spiky glove but because of its material, he ripped through it. It is still usable but is not Tommy-proof.Read MoreMy son loves it.my son loves this. He wears it both ways, spikes on back of hand or palm. he yanks on the spike part and his hand feels the snap. Plus he bonded with it and will not share it.Read More