Chewy Tubes are an innovative oral-motor device designed to provide a resilient, non-food, chewable surface for practicing biting and chewing skills, and as an aid to inhibit teeth grinding. It is not intended for jaw exercise; rather, it can be offered as an alternative to negative oral habits. The Green Knobby tube provides additional sensory input for those who require a little more tactile stimulation
Lions and Tigers and bears, oh my…that all stack together to form amazing three dimensional structures, what can you design? Possibly the perfect preschool toys, these are beloved classic playthings designed to delight, engage, educate and entertain. Designed with just the right amount of added whimsey for long term delightful play. Sit down, unplug and let your imagination soar. 9 interlocking wooden animals can be connected in many different ways to create incredible shapes in 3D.
Grip it and squeeze for a satisfying snap! Snapperz is the fidget that fits perfectly in your palm. Make successive “pops” with each measured squeeze. Will you master the perfect pop?
Wow! What a relief! Just squeeze and knead this giant stress ball to experience true tranquillity. Filled with red fluffy foam, this realistically sized brain will soothe your most stressful moments and help you relax.
Have trouble settling down to sleep? Weighted blankets stimulate touch receptors, helping your body to relax. The extra pressure and weight create a calm, secure feeling — just like a soothing hug. Wear like a cape or fold in your lap to promote relaxation and sensory organization during the day. Use during rest time, car trips, homework or any time calm is needed. Breathable fabric with evenly distributed weight prevents bunching. Use with adult supervision.
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