The use of sensory resources are often used to help those children with either sensory processing or sensory integration disorders, meaning a slight to advanced difficulty with motor, oral, or other sensory problems.
For children with sensory disorders, resources usually include objects that help to improve respiratory, optic, or cerebral sensory perceptions.
These Soft Stretchy Friends are a Fun Comforting Fidget to take where ever you go! Stretch toys Are Great For All Kids And Adults, But Especially Those With Extra Energy, Add / ADHD, Ocd, Autism, Or High Stress / Anxiety Levels.
These Toys Help Promote A Sense Of Calm, Reduce Stress / Anxiety And Can Increase Focus / Attention.
Ideal For Use In The Classroom, Car, Airplane, Office, Doctor's Office Or Where Else Fidgeting Occurs.
Anxiety and Stress Relief Sensory fidget toys for Autistic ADHD Children.
In a classroom or group situation, fidget toys are often used to provide sensory input in a minimally distracting way. They can help improve concentration and attention to tasks by allowing the brain to filter out the extra sensory information (e.g. paying attention to a book during a mat time).
Four balls of varying sizes and dimensions. A stripy ball approx 9cm diameter, which squeaks when squeezed. A rattle ball measuring approx 10cm diameter which can roll like a wheel and features open holes and a rattle in the middle. A third ball with bumps on the surface is soft and squeezable, and lights up when thrown. The fourth ball is spiky with embedded patterns, which is perfect for chewing on as well as throwing around. These are perfect as sensory toys for those with special needs and babies
Where will it go? What will it do? There’s really no telling! 5 little balls + 1 big ball = have a ball!
Play with them together or play with them apart. Bounce, wooble, squeak, with bumps, spikes or ridges, each ball plays differently and provide a unique tactile experience.
Comes with: 1 large ball & 5 small assorted textured balls.
Ages: 6 months +