Puzzle Pieces - A Sensory Sensation
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Blow the wand and make a cloud of pearl sized bubbles that you can catch and stack. Just wait five seconds and the bubbles dry in the air to form a bubble that doesn't pop when you touch it!
Vidgets provide a safe and quiet, side-to-side & front-to-back rocking motion that helps release energy and allows students to be in control of their own physical movement. No tip design (can't tip backwards) helps students to self-regulate and focus.
Help students get the sensory input they need to match their output abilities. Key benefits of the Vidget®:
- Improves focus & attention
- Increases time on task
- Improves concentration
- Reduces tension and frustration
It's ladybugs versus dragonflies in this adorable twist on the traditional tic-tac-toe game. Empty the wooden tray, then take turns placing your chunky bugs in the spaces until someone lines up three in a row. Perfectly sized for travel and little hands, Tic Bug Toe is made from eco-friendly rubber wood with child-safe stains. Recommended for ages 3 and up.
A "wild" take on bowling, the Safari Bowl game by Begin Again is action packed with a variety of ways to play. Roll a few frames of "Giraffe Bowling", see if you can "Meg the Monkey", or try to "Hit the Target". With an easy to hold elephant ramp to aim and shoot, two wooden balls, and a variety of giraffes (pins), monkeys (wickets), and targets, this bowling set gets kids running and howling with laughter. Made from eco-friendly Rubber wood and finished with child safe water based stains. Ages 2+
Jason Blake is an autistic 12-year-old living in a neurotypical world. Most days it's just a matter of time before something goes wrong. But Jason finds a glimmer of understanding when he comes across PhoenixBird, who posts stories to the same online site as he does.
Jason can be himself when he writes and he thinks that PhoneixBird-her name is Rebecca-could be his first real friend. But as desperate as Jason is to met her, he's terrified that if they do meet, Rebecca wil only see his autism and not who Jason really is.