Boppy Pillow for Nursing and Tummy Time

You can use these boppy pillows for nursing, but you can also use them for tummy time!  Just place the baby with their tummy over the pillow and their feet in the middle of the circle.  They can push up on their forearms, or just lay with their tummy or chest over the pillow and practice lifting and resting their head!

Milliard Anti Burst Peanut Ball 23″

These are great for working on tummy time, prone positions for head and neck strengthening with kids, sitting balance, vestibular stimulation, and core activities and so much more!

Sensory Tool Kit for Kids with Sensory Processing Disorder


This is just one example of a toolkit for having “on hand” for kids with sensory processing issues.  A variety of fidget type toys can be helpful for getting the child to sit still longer than they usually like to!

Dew Drops Water Beads for Tactile Sensory Play

These water beads can be a great tactile sensory play item!  Parents should supervise their children when they are playing with these!

The First Years Stacking (Nesting) Cups for Toddlers


These cups are great for toddler development.  Problem solving skills for figuring out how to put them together, color recognition and understanding, counting, etc.

Infant Bright Starts Floor Mirror

Perfect for encouraging infants to lift their head up during tummy time to strengthen their head and neck muscles!  Great for social play, language, and cognition too!

Weighted Lap Pad

Weighted lap pads are a great addition to your child’s sensory diet needs. It can help provide deep pressure / proprioceptive input to help them feel calm.

Fisher Price Bright Beginnings Activity Walker

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.

Infant Play Mat for Developmental Milestones

These mats are great for 0-6 months age range. You can use them for gross motor, fine motor, vision, cognitive, and language skills.

Vibrating Item for Kids with Sensory Processing Disorder

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.