Puzzle Pieces - A Sensory Sensation
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- A new, miniature version of the original Squigz
- Encourages fine motor dexterity, visual-spatial skills, expressive creativity
- 40% smaller, 100% guaranteed fun
- 75 pieces included in each set - More building possibilities
- Features new shape, new colors - 5 fun shapes in total
- Made from high-grade silicone - Highly durable and safe
- Fully washable
Calming Pressure Without Extra Warmth
Crawl, snuggle or slip into our Hug Sleeping Bag for a relaxing combination of stretch and pressure. The spandex material encourages heavy work. Provides calming pressure as kids stretch, pull and roll over with plenty of space for movement. It’s more breathable than a weighted blanket or sleeping bag, keeping kids cool while they sleep.
- Provides calming compression while kids move inside
- Supports kids with sensory processing disorder, ADHD and autism
Kristine Barnett’s son Jacob has an IQ higher than Einstein’s, a photographic memory, and he taught himself calculus in two weeks. At nine he started working on an original theory in astrophysics that experts believe may someday put him in line for a Nobel Prize, and at age twelve he became a paid researcher in quantum physics. But the story of Kristine’s journey with Jake is all the more remarkable because his extraordinary mind was almost lost to autism. At age two, when Jake was diagnosed, Kristine was told he might never be able to tie his own shoes.
Don't Panic Pete!!! Squeeze his belly and watch his eyes, nose and ears POP! A classic toy from back when you were a kid that never goes out of style.
Measures 2.37 x 2.37 x 4.5 Ages 5 & up. WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
One foggy night, the Man in the Moon has a startling thought: When the moon is less than full and bright, who will keep children safe at night? He needs a backup plan! Or a backup Guardian, as it were. His keen eye falls upon a sleepy little fellow living on a sleepy little island who is a sweet-dreamer extraordinaire. Since good dreams always trump bad ones, this means Pitch, the Nightmare King, will be further thwarted in his nefarious quest to terrorize children. Indeed, Sanderson Mansnoozie seems the perfect choice. But there are two problems. Firstly, given that Sandy has never had a bad dream, how can MiM convince him how important this new role is to the happy-being of children everywhere? And secondly, how can MiM keep this snoozy ally awake long enough to help?