Sensory Educational Gifts
Sensory products to aid in success while bringing calm and comfort both in and out of the classroom.
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Designed for children with noise sensitivity. A terrific tool for children who need quiet for sensitivity or for focused activities.
Noise cancelling ear muffs designed for children with noise sensitivity. A terrific tool for children who need quiet for sensitivity or for focused activities.
When you have to sit for long periods of time, use this seat to alleviate the pain and pressure.
Stretch kids' imaginations and sense of space and movement with ShapeShifters.
Double the strength and size if the original Chewlery!
A safe way to provide sensory feedback and tactile stimulation or to practice catching and juggling skills.
Seat cushion can be adjusted to provide stability for positioning or instability to improve balance.
This fidget is tough, tactile and totally engaging!
What could be better than a fidget? A fidget times two! For those days when both hands need to be busy, you need the Twidget.
This convenient sensory tool is great for calming exercises, bilateral motor coordination development and proximal stability promotion.
Each BittyBottom is molded to be a perfect fit and is filled with small PVC balls for a smooth sensory experience.
The tactile fidgets you've been looking for come in a set of different shapes to address a variety of sensory needs.
Each BittyBottom is molded to be a perfect fit and is filled with plastic pellets for a sensory experience.
Explore different textures without the mess! These fidgets are perfect for sensory exploration.
Push, squeeze, or pinch the Caterpinch fidget!
The Chewy Star is designed to be used as part of a good sensory program that provides organization and deep pressure through the use of biting or chewing. All products used in the mouth require adult supervision
That awesome feeling of stepping onto a sandy beach can be in the palm of your hands, and is always close by with a handy clip for backpacks and keychains.
Crawl, roll, and race! Or read a book and take a nap. Just finish the race first.
Simple and effective scissor guide!