Puzzle Pieces - A Sensory Sensation
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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.
A Chewy with a Stylish Twist
With its cool color and fun shape, kids enjoy this chewy disguised as a fashionable necklace. Smooth surface appeals to kids with tactile sensitivities. Kids and teens can wear the pendant for when the urge strikes to bite or chew. Or, mom can wear the pendant, ready for teething babies. Non-returnable. Use with adult supervision.
- Helps improve calm and focus with every bite
- Supports challenges of ADHD, sensory processing disorder and autism
- For light chewers
Want a quick sensory nook? This version allows you to get a relaxing place to unwind paired with the bubble tube. Instantly turn a corner into a sensory spot!
With a quick twist, Lollipopter magically transforms from a “swirl" to a “burst" and back again in one amazingly elegant motion. To transform it, simply spin the handle and watch the magic unfold. To change it back, just spin it the other way. Intuitive, relaxing, fun, and addictive!
The design of this simply beautiful structure is derived from natural plant forms, and utilizes mathematical concepts such as the Fibonacci numbers and the golden ratio.
From an interactive kinetic toy in your hand to a stylish sculpture on the display stand, Lollipopter can be played with as a toy, employed as a stress reliever, displayed as a desktop accessory, or used in home decor. It’s a versatile accessory for your creative life.