These walkers are perfect for the 7-18 month age range, where they are learning to pull to stand, and start taking some steps forward with assistance.
These mats are great for 0-6 months age range. You can use them for gross motor, fine motor, vision, cognitive, and language skills.
For kids with Sensory Issues! They may love the vibration and seek out that sensation for deep pressure on their arms and legs. If they don’t like the sensation, it may be something to work towards.
A great chunky wooden inset puzzle for toddlers to practice their fine motor skills and matching skills. You can also work on language for labeling the shapes and colors!
Nuk brush is great for introducing oral motor stimulation to kids with Sensory Processing Disorder.
These cute animals vibrate when you twist the handle/post. Kids can use them to stimulate their mouth for awareness, or use them to help become desensitized through the vibrations.
This game is great for bilateral skills – using both hands together to turn the pieces. Wrist control and hand coordination is used to twist the pieces to come off or go back on.
Fine Motor Skills are used in this game to use the tongs to pick up the pieces, and to use fingers to get the pieces out of the muffin tin. Great for matching and cognitive skills as well!
Senseez vibrating pillows for kids with sensory processing disorder that benefit from the vibration as a means of deep pressure stimulation. Helps with body awareness and calming sensations.