Bilibo — Red
A rocking chair, a spinning top, a cradle, or a tunnel - children create countless uses for the award-winning Bilibo, both indoors and out. Dimensions: 15 × 15 × 8 in. Ages 3+
Plui — Blue
Pluï is a charming new water toy that's guaranteed to add plenty of fun in the bath tub or at the swimming pool. Immerse it in water to fill up and then let it rain. The key is how you control the flow of water simply by sealing or opening the top nozzle with the tip of your finger. Kids will have a ball and playfully learn about basic physical principles. Pluï arouses curiosity and stimulates the kids' imagination and senses. Dimensions: 3.5 × 3.5 × 4. Ages 2+
All About Me Mirror Boards
Build self-awareness! Handheld boards feature the outline of a face on the write & wipe side and a mirror on the reverse. Children look at their reflections and then draw matching facial features on the outlined face. Great for About Me themed lessons.
- Set includes 4 mirrors, each measuring 5” in diameter
- Grades PreK+
Multi-Sensory Raised Ruled Tablet, 10-1/2? x 8?, 40 Sheets
The Multi-Sensory Raised Ruled Paper has raised headlines and baselines which help students stay within the guidelines. It helps teach handwriting through two senses, sight and touch. The headlines are blue and the baselines are red. It has a 5/8″ ruling, 5/16″ dotted midline and 5/16″ skip space and conforms to both D’Nealian™ and Zaner-Bloser™ handwriting styles. Tablets contain 40 sheets with a heavy chipboard back and protective retail-friendly cover.
Alpha Catch is the fast-paced, physical way to practice letter names and sounds. Kids take turns tossing self-stick balls, catching them with the sticky catcher's mitts, and playing fun phonics games about the letters on each ball. It's a phonemic awareness home run!
- Letter Line Up - "What letter is that?"
- Ace the Sound - "What sound does that letter make?"
- Beginning Sounds Catch - "Say a word that begins with that sound!"
- Ending Sounds Catch - "Say a word that ends with that sound!"
- Middle Sounds Catch - "Say a word that has that sound in the middle!"
- Word Catch - "Can you make a word with the letters you caught?"
- Round Robin Play - "All questions above are asked as a group of kids tosses and catches the balls
Tactile Discs, Set of 5
An inviting tactile material that challenges children's sense of touch on both hands and feet. At the same time, it develops the ability to describe sense impressions verbally. The tactile discs, made of nice-to-touch rubber, contain five different tactile structures, each with its own color. Each of the five tactile structures can be found on a large disc for positioning on the floor, as well as on a small disc that the child will be able to hold in his/her hands.
In terms of playing, the discs offer innumerable possibilities ranging from a fundamental sensing of the tactile structures to blindfold games based on memory and recognition. The games can be adjusted, so that they fit the child's age.
Small Discs approx. 4.5 inches, Large Discs approx. 10.5 inches.
A brand new and unique element providing unlimited possibilities for building balance paths! The elements are easy to join and very flexible, so only the imagination sets limits to the course of the river. Due to the size of the elements, even small children will be able to build a “river”. Made from durable plastic with anti-slip rubber edges, the river combines high quality with attractive design. The elements are stackable for easy storage. Can be combined with the “Island” and the “Bridge”.
- 6 pieces of river
- one connector link
- Can withstand weights up to 110 lbs.
This twistable therapy device is a new ergonomic approach to hand therapy, minor stress relief, smoking cessation, building fine motor skills, and is great for the sensory sensitive - Yes really, all of that!
Research studies in widely varying fields such as play therapy, ADHD, dementia, nursing, special needs care, mental health and well-being have found efficacy in playing with a Tangle.
The ability to fidget to focus is not an abnormal coping mechanism. Rather when a person has a fidget to hold and manipulate during stressful times researchers have find that Tangles can enable such results as better reading and math comprehension, smoothed nerves and anxiety, more body control, focus and even improved rehabilitation when in the ICU.
Tangle Therapy was covered in an ABC news segment as the most recommended device for teens suffering from hand and arm pain due to excessive playing on their phones.