Crayon Rocks are stone-shaped crayons designed for children ages 3 and up with weak handwriting skills to strengthen their finger grasps. They can be used as pre-writing tools for children just learning to color or write. They come in a velvety drawstring bag, that contains 16 vibrantly colored crayons.
Duplo Lego Geoboards are do it yourself tools designed for children with learning disabilities to practice letters, numbers and shapes.
Noggin BuilderZ/Advanced 1260 Piece Kit is a STEM focused kit of building materials to use to develop critical and creative thinking in individuals with learning disabilities for ages 3 and up. This includes a free activity database online.
Take Apart Vehicle is designed for use by children with Down’s syndrome, fetal alcohol syndrome, cerebral palsy and who are working on improving their hand skills, bilateral coordination and motor planning skills. This toy comes with over 30 pieces in each vehicle including tools and nuts and bolts. Children are encouraged to take apart and assemble the vehicles. It comes with a battery-powered drill that can be fitted into a special compartment to power the vehicle.
The 4-Way Sand & Water Table, model TT678, is a sand water table designed for use by children with upper extremity, mobility, or cognitive disabilities. The aluminum table has four separate plastic tubs, so each one can be filled with a different material, and up to four children can play at once. Tubs can be lifted out of the table to change materials. Tubs also have fun textures on the bottom. OPTION: Heavy duty plastic top, TT 679; 29 x 29 inch top covers all four tubs. DIMENSIONS (HxLxW)
This 5 Cheeky Monkeys Preschool Printable Pack is a printable pack designed for use by children with neurological and upper extremity disabilities to encourage pre-writing skills, scissor skills, visual perceptual skills (eg. figure ground and discrimination), visual motor skills, and pencil control.
5 Mandalas to Practice Pencil Pressure! is a set of 5 mandalas designed for users with upper extremity and neurological disabilities to color. Mandalas have been used with children and adults to encourage mindfulness and self expression. These simple mandalas have been created for children to work on pencil pressure by being mindful about the depth of color placed on their work. Children may use brush markers, pencils or textas to fill in these pages. They could also be printed on transparency s
These 6 Rainbow Fish Clips are finger exercisers designed for children with upper extremity disabilities and limited hand and finger strength to get a great pincer grasp workout that helps strengthen fingers, build eye-hand coordination and fine motor skills. User pinches the fish's thick, narrow tail and its little mouth opens.
A Sparkly, Black Glue Winter Snowflake Craft For Kids is a general arts and crafts project designed for students to do in a classroom setting.
Abilitations Hourglass Shaped Fidget Finger Squash It, Set of 6, Multicolors is a therapeutic toy designed for children four years of age to engage in finger manipulation and fine motor dexterity work. The child squashes each side of the Hourglass Shaped Fidget Finger Squash It. Each set comes with 6 Finger Squash-Its in a 2-tone color. The child holds them vertical or upside down to watch the colors swirl then works the colors back and forth through the narrow chamber for a great finger workout
The ADA Sandbox Backhoe is an independent tool designed to be used by children to stand or wheelchair users in a sandbox or surface that is easily scooped. The user can operate the scoop with the two handles. The activity provides the user with hand-eye coordination skills.
The Alpha Dough Uppercase Letters Kit is a hands-on, multi-sensory learning tool designed for teaching children with learning disabilities literacy skills, letter recognition, and correct letter formation of uppercase alphabet letters. Children roll the dough into rope shapes and for the letters using the dough on jumbo alphabet (pattern) letter cards. The backside of each card features tracing and writing practice.
The Alphabet I-Spy No-Prep Coloring Pages are printables designed for use by students with learning disabilities in the classroom or as a take-home assignment. The child is to color all spaces with a particular letter. Helps children become familiar with letters and reading different fonts.
The Anatex® Six-Sided Play Cube is general sensory integration equipment in the shape of a hexagon designed for children with learning and fine motor disabilities to make waiting areas fun with toys that enhance fine motor skills and promotes cooperative play. Children will love playing with this activity cube and educational toy. The six-sided play cube has 7 fun activities that are built into it. The bead maze toy is incorporated into the top of the activity cube and it has a different learnin
These Animal Spinners are a recreational therapy toy designed especially for children with cerebral palsy, any neurological disability, or for persons who have a disability that affects their fine motor skills. Toys that work on 3-finger grasping and isolating thumbs. The toys are colorful, twirly eggs and globes that open to reveal an animal as they spin around. Choking hazard: not for people under 3 years old.
The Apple Lacing Fine Motor Busy Bag is a therapeutic aid designed to help children develop fine motor skills by using their fingers to lace the string through the holes in the edge of a plate. As they navigate the holes they are strengthening their muscles and stretching their brains to problem solve at the same time.
Aroma Dough is a scented therapy dough designed to soothe and help release stress, ease muscle pain and stiffness and encourage post-stroke hand movement. Aroma dough is smooth, silky, and responsive to light pressure or heavy kneading and it’s unique moisturizing formula allows a slow release of essential oils for hands-on therapy. Six colors/fragrances are included in one kit: Purple – calming lavender, Blue – ylang ylang to ease anxiety, Green – refreshing peppermint, Yellow – invigorating le
These Art Visual Supports and Schedules are art class visual supports designed for students with Autism and learning disabilities to add to the sensory experience and reduce anxiety and frustration in art class. Add schedules, visuals, rules and communication supports to art activities with this resource. Art projects can be challenging for students with autism. Setting expectations and providing communication supports can help reduce some of these challenges. Use these visuals during class art
The Atom Ball Stretchy Fidget is a spikey stretchy ball designed for children with sensory disabilities to play with. The soft rubber material is super stretchy so it's great for relieving work-related stress.
The Attachable Fidget Balls is designed for users with Autism and sensory disabilities. The fidget balls are three inches in size and can easily hook to a backpack, bag, or belt loop. They can be used for fine motor development and strengthening as well as fidgeting. Options include: Arctic or Rainbow.
The Battat Take Apart Airplane is an educational toy for children ages 3 and up with learning disabilities learn about taking apart and putting back together. It encourages fine motor skills, imagination, logic, and interest in mechanics. The child screws together pieces to complete the airplane, and can spend hours flying their plane. The child can check the engine with the screwdriver, flipping its switch to change the directions. Then, the child puts it together again.
The Batter Up Baseball Game for Pediatric Fine Motor Development is a pediatric fine motor game for children with special needs to increase their fine motor skills, auditory development, visual attention, and tracking skills. Swipe the baseball to start the sounds of a baseball game and see colored lights marking a run of the bases. If the "batter" hits a home run, the Batter Up box will vibrate and play the song "Take Me Out to the Ball Game". The backdrop has a mirror, and other sound effects
Beamz is an interactive music system that can be used by individuals with upper extremity, neurological and cognitive disabilities. It is a musical instrument that enables special needs users and individuals of all ages to interactively create and play music. User’s pass their hands through the laser beams to trigger music, vocals or sound effects. The Beamz interactive music song library contains 50 songs. DIMENSIONS: 21 1/2" L x 4 1/2" W x 19 1/2" H. WEIGHT: 10 lbs. COLOR: Black. WARRANTY/GUAR
Brain Food is therapy putty for children ages 3 and up with fine motor disabilities to play with and exercise their fine motor skills. The child opens up the fun tin and is visually stimulated. When the child starts grabbing, its synapses light up. The putty provides tactile stimulation as the user molds, bends, stretches. When the user squeezes it they can watch as it oozes between their fingers. Can be used to channels fidget energy so the user can focus mentally, and ideal for networking the
Break Bag is a bag full of fidget toys, including items for fine motor/heavy hand work, gross motor/heavy work, weight, and visual stimulation. Portable, for car rides and travel. Small parts, not for children under 3 years old. Set includes Tangle Therapy (great hand fidget), Transformer Sack (perfect for stretching, moving or snuggling), Busy Fingers Fidget Lap Pad (provides weight for the lap and finger work), Spaghetti Fidget (use as a fidget or a chewy), and Discovery Disc (fine motor, visu
Bubble Painting is a do it yourself activity designed for children with sensory processing disorder and special needs to do. It’s a fun and easy craft and used household items.
Bubble Tongs™ are designed for young children to engage in a fine motor skill, fun and therapeutic activity for learning pre-scissor skills, developing eye-hand coordination skills, scooping up cotton snowballs, capturing bugs, and water and sand table fun.
Bucket O' Beads - Barrel Pony Beads - 1,000 Pieces is a storage container filled with 1,000 colored craft beads that are meant for fine motor play and practice by students with special needs in a classroom setting.
Bug Lab - A Fun Bugs Kids Math Game is designed for children with intellectual disabilities and sensory processing disorder beginning to grasp numbers. It is to be played in the classroom or at home. To play this card game, the child recreates the number of bugs on the cards.
The Build a Snowman Phonics Pack is an activity similar to the Build a Flower pack. It is an activity designed for pre-readers and those individuals with brain injury and other learning disabilities. It is a craft to do with the child that teaches them the sounds of letters.
Build a Spider Web With Yarn is a fine motor skill activity that is designed for children to engage in fine motor play.
The Busy Baby Deluxe Walker is a wooden baby walker packed with fun sensory activities designed for those children ages 1 and up to encourage gross motor skills, coordination, fine motor skills, exploration, and experimentation. The rubber-lined wheels roll smoothly with adequate resistance. Features net-covered storage space for carrying toys around. The left side features shape-sorting slots for 3 included blocks, colorful beads encased in a clear plastic screen. Front features bead counter, m
Busy Fingers™ Gel Fidget is a fidget toy designed for children with autism, with sensory integration disorder, or any child who has trouble paying attention or sitting still. Use when stressed, bored or seeking sensory input. Has the added benefit of it helping to boost their concentration and focus as well as fine motor skills and fine motor strengthening. Can be kept in a backpack or parent’s bag and used at home, school, clinic, or while riding in a car. For ages 3 and up. DIMENSIONS: 5.5 inc
The Button Sensory Bottle is a homemade sensory bottle used for fine and gross motor play, as well as education, for children to develop these skills through sensory integration. This homemade sensory bottle is made of an empty water bottle with a clear bottle of hair gel and multi-colored buttons.
These castle molds are designed for children over 3, to engage in fine motor play in the sandbox, at the beach, or anywhere where there is sand. This fine motor play also inspires imagination, problem solving, and design interest. Includes 8 molds, 2 plastic knives, a turret, stairwell, castle wall, round wall top, rectangular 3D brick-maker, and 3D cylinder maker. Not for children under 3 years old due to choking hazard.
This Chewy Circle Shaped Pendant is a sensory tool that is a chewable necklace designed for children with disabilities to fidget with. Soft on babies gums and great for oral motor development. Great sensory tool to help focus in the classroom or while doing homework. Easily cleaned with soap and warm water. BPA and Phthalates free.
The Chewy Horse Pencil Topper is a horse-shaped fidget designed for children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and special needs to increase focus and calm, language and communication, sensory processing and focus.
The Chunky Safari Puzzle is a visual stimulation and for cognition toy designed for children ages 2 and up with cognitive disabilities to build hand eye coordination, fine motor, and creative expression skills. The animal pieces stand upright for pretend play.
The Clothespin Snowmen craft is a do it yourself occupational therapy activity for children with upper extremity disabilities to exercise fine motor skills.
This Color and Counting Activity for Toddlers is for young children with learning disabilities to learn their colors and numbers.
The Color Bug Pediatric Manipulatives is a pediatric fine motor toy for children with special needs. Color Bug Pediatric Manipulatives allow users to create remote-control pictures using the light touch directionality switch. The bug, with a marker in it, will move across the paper and leave marks which are different every time. Color Bug Pediatric Manipulatives come with one color bug and four markers.
The Color Changing Light Ball is a tactile silent fidget toy, sensory ball, and light show combined in one designed for individuals ages 5 and up. This ball lights up and changes color with a touch of a button. Features a skin-like texture, seven light colors, and three light modes, including three different flashing light shows. The balls are are designed for gentle use, and will break if dropped or bounced. This silent fidget ball can be used as stress relief office toy.
The Color Changing Markers is a set of nine color changing markers designed for children with upper extremity disabilities to use. They are long-lasting, non-toxic, water based markers. Child may draw the color on the barrel of the pen, then use the Magic White Pen to change to the color on the cap of the marker.
Color-Coded Therapy Putty by AliMed® is designed for those recovering from a stroke or with Alzheimer's disease or dementia to help these individuals to strengthen grip, sharpen fine-motor skills, train memory, and build hand strength. Putty is color-coded by resistance. Tan is extra-extra soft. Yellow is extra soft. Red is soft. Green is medium. Blue is firm. A four-pack contains one 2 ounce container of each color. Silicone-based putty is unscented and non-toxic.
The Compact Activity Center and the Side-Lyer Activity Center, models 2300 and 2310, is a play tray and sensory busy box designed for use by children with mobility, neurological, or severe physical disabilities. This small-scale activity center provides sensory stimulation and cognitive activity. Features include a bead curtain, a dome with brightly-colored sequins which spin when the button is pressed, a textured plate which vibrates and lights up when pressed, and a pullball that turns on a mu
Cookie Sheet Tic-Tac-Toe is an adaptive, portable version of tic-tac-toe. Cookie Sheet Tic-Tac-Toe can be used by individuals with limited fine motor skills or other conditions. This game is made by attaching colorful electrician's tape to a cookie sheet in a tic-tac-toe grid-fashion. Users can play using magnetic X's and O's. The user can create their own playing pieces by gluing magnets to poker chips.
The Count and Sort Stacking Tower is an educational game for children with learning disabilities to teach them number sequencing, color sequencing, counting, addition, and subtraction while encouraging fine motor skills, visual-spatial skills, number learning, counting, and memorization skills. Peg base and wooden disks for practicing number and counting skills and to build a strong base for early math learning. Number tiles fit into slots in the base. Slide color-coded disks onto graduated pegs
These Crazy Coiler Keychain Fidgets are stretchy, loop-shaped fidget coils on a keychain that attaches to backpacks, belt loops, worn as a bracelet, and more. They are a portable and silent self-regulation sensory tool that can be used in the classroom, and can be used for bilateral coordination practice.
Create a play map using a cardboard box is a do it yourself activity for children with an imagination and fine motor disabilities to do. The parent uses a recycled cardboard box with this activity.
Cutting Activities is a book designed for young learners with upper extremity disabilities to teach them beginner cutting skills. The child completes activities such as making jigsaw puzzles by cutting on straight lines, slightly curved lines, and some circles. Then the child pastes the shapes onto provided frame or a blank sheet of paper. Instruction can be given verbally or by following graphic forms (symbolic representation).
The Cutting Food Box is a play set that encourages young children to use their fine motor skills to prepare for using a knife correctly. The child places their index finger on the spine of this wood knife and slices the many foods. The children will hear a realistic "crunch" as they cut. The set includes 1 cutting board, 1 knife, and 8 food item with over 30 pieces. Items can be stored neatly in the wooden storage case.
***Do It Yourself*** Game Console Switch Interface Deluxe is designed for use by individuals with limited fine motor and coordination while accessing Playstations. Materials: 1x Sega Dreamcast Arcade Stick 1x Ultimarc iPac board with USB PC lead. 1x Ultimarc Playstation adapter with case, fitted with latest PCB and OneSwitch.org.uk control-set chip. 1x PS/2 to PS/2 connecting lead 1x USB Keyboard 1x On/Off switch (e.g. Maplin's "JR96E") 3x Small push switches (e.g. Maplin's "FH59P") 27x 3.5mm so
***Do It Yourself*** D.I.Y. Tumbler is a remote control car. This modification allows users with limited fine motor, strength, and grasping abilities use a switch to activate the small buttons on the remote control base. Materials: Tumbler Remote Control Car with 2 button controller; 2x 3.5 millimeters headphone socket. Thin wire (e.g 7strand 0.2 millimeters). Soldering iron (15 to 30 Watt power). Thin solder. Soldering flux. Desoldering braid. Cordless drill with drill bit 6 (1/4 inch). Knife o
DeltaSand is a sand water table designed for use by children with fine motor, upper extremity, or cognitive disabilities. This non-tox, allergen- and latex-free sand acts and feels like wet sand molds like dough and is reusable and does not dry out. The sand is available in a set with two pounds of sand and an inflatable, high-sided tray which serves as a worksurface and carrying case or in a starter kit with two pounds of sand, the tray, six molds, and two carving tools. The tray has a clear sl
Pick it up, toss it, manipulate it and look for all the hidden objects in this hands-on Discovery Disc that will keep children busy for hours.
The Discovery Putty Dino Dig is therapy putty designed for children ages 5 and up with an emotional disability, Autism or Attention Deficit Disorder to help them build fine motor skills and support sensory integration. This product supports speech, color recognition and language activities. Offers a versatile therapy tool and fidget for tactile exploration.
This DIY Glue Tracing Pre-Writing is designed for young children with different learning disabilities to help them better understand the shapes of letters. This activity works on pre-handwriting skills, hand eye coordination, and fine motor skills.
Heart Sponge Painting (without the Mess) is a Do-It-Yourself activity designed for individuals who may have sensory processing disorders and dislike touching paint or those working on strengthening their fine motor skills.
This DIY Separating Sides of the Hand Activity is a do-it-yourself activity designed for children to practice with an Occupational Therapist the motoric separating the sides of their hand and to draw attention to the separation of the two sides of the hand, a fine motor skill that is essential for activities such as using scissors, holding a pencil and zippering.
DIY Switch Air-Surfer is designed to assist individual with limited mobility and fine motor coordination due to cerebral palsy, stroke, and brain injuries participate in recreational play by using a switch to fly the model plane. Materials 1x "Air-Surfer". 2x 3.5 millimeter mono headphone socket. Thin wire (e.g 7strand 0.2 millimeter). Shrink-wrap. Soldering iron (15 to 30 Watt power). Thin solder. Soldering flux. Desoldering braid. Cordless drill with 1x 1/4 drill bit. Knife or wire strippers.
DIY Travel Games: Alphabet Learning is an activity designed for fidgety children with fine motor and learning disabilities to do. DIY Travel Games: Alphabet Learning is an educational and fine motor manipulation activity. It is part of a set that also includes Tic Tac Toe, Maze Fun, and Triangle Peg Solitaire. Each DIY activity is made with washi tape.
DIY Travel Games: Tic Tac Toe is an activity for activities designed for fidgety children with fine motor and learning disabilities to do. DIY Travel Games: Tic Tac Toe works on pincher grip, turn taking and motor planning. It is part of a set that includes Maze Fun, Triangle Peg Solitaire, and Alphabet Learning. Each DIY activity is made with washi tape.
DIY Travel Games is a DIY activity designed for fidgety children with fine motor and learning disabilities to work on problem-solving and visual planning. It is part of a it that also includes Tic Tac Toe, Maze Fun, and Alphabet Learning. Each DIY activity is made with washi tape.
The Djeco Green Rain Shaker is a toy that helps promote dexterity, and motor planning, while also providing children with audio sensory input. The shaker also provides users with a hand eye coordination activity by aiming to shake the little beads into holes included in the shaker.
The Geosavanna Magnetic Block Set helps children maintain dexterity and reinforce pattern-replicating skills by completing the forms on the cards. Residents can also use the brightly colored magnetic pieces to create their own patterns. Set includes 41 wooden pieces and 21 cards in an easy-to-carry, magnetic wooden carry case.
The Do-A-Dot 6-Pack MINI Island Bright Markers are designed for children with fine motor and learning disabilities to color with. Do·A·Dot Art ® will spark imagination and awaken creativity as the young artist discovers their own unique artistic style. These markers are easy to use, there are no cups or brushes to set up or clean up, no drips or spill and the product won't dry out if the cap is left off. The child can blend colors.
Doctor On Call is a play doctor's bag designed for children to work on their fine motor skills. The child plays doctor and sees if they can heal their patient, a doll. The set includes tools to take a doll’s heartbeat, check their temperature, stethoscope, something to give a shot, put on ointment, and a patient chart. The set encourages role playing, imaginative play, career play. It can also helps alleviate fears of doctor's visits.
Doodle Buddy is a mobile application for the iPad ?designed for patients with fine motor disabilities to use in Occupational Therapy sessions to improve their ability to draw, use pens, stamps, etc.
The Dot-to-Dot Alphabet Lacing Animals game is designed for children 3 and up with intellectual or learning disabilities. It can be used to build bilateral coordination skills, and for helping children learn the correct sequence/order of the alphabet! It includes a set of alphabet letters lacing cards for children to start with “A” and lace their way all the way to “Z”.
This Dot-To-Dot Alphabet Book is designed for individuals with upper extremity disabilities or those who have poor fine motor ability, poor dexterity, etc. or to help novice learners or slower learners to learn the sequence of alphabet letter, while at the same time, building their eye-hand coordination skills. Contains 64 pages of dot-to-dot alphabet activities, a bonus incentive chart, and 140 gold star stickers.
The Drum Therapy Kit is designed for use by special needs children with motor and cognitive development, coordination, memory, discipline, and communication skills. The Drums and Disabilities kit (D.A.D.) is designed to enhanced special education curriculums. The Kit includes: foam drum pad, instruction manual with DVD and drum Sticks.
The Dynaflex Amber Powerball Gyro with Glowing Amber Lights strengthens wrists, forearms, and other lower arm muscles. The powerball is used as a carpal tunnel exercise (for prevention and rehabilitation) and also for improving arm strength for most sports and physical activities.
Early Childhood Break Box is a box full of educational toys and therapy tools, designed for young children and meant to engage those persons with autistic traits or Asperger’s syndrome, Attention Deficit (Hyperactivity) Disorder or any students who cannot sit still. The box is geared toward preventing disruptive behavior by integrating the sensory motor activities throughout the day. Assists in self-regulation in order to develop the ability to calm down, channel energy, and focus for extended p
Easy Homemade Lacing Cards are do it yourself lacing cards that parents make out of foam sheets designed for children with sensory disabilities to play with. They create a lacing card busy bag that can be taken anywhere that is a great quiet activity as well as good fine motor practice. The parent can use farm cookie cutters to make farm lacing cards or use dinosaur stencils to make dino theme lacing cards.
EasyGlide Antimicrobial Therapy Putty is designed for those with Alzheimer's disease or dementia or for those recovering from stroke to strengthen their hands and work on sensory skills. This product features an antimicrobial agent that resists the growth of odor-causing microbes. High silicone content for added glide during squeezing, twisting, rolling, and pinching exercises. Non-greasy, smooth texture improves comfort during use. Color-coded by resistance. Light Blue is extra soft. Light Purp
The Economy Sand & Water Table, model LA309, is a sand/water table designed for use by children with upper extremity, mobility, or cognitive disabilities. This table has a height-adjustable metal frame with a removable plastic tub. OPTIONS: A top is available. DIMENSIONS: This table has a 6.5-inch deep tub and is 20inches wide x 27.25 inches long. The stand adjusts from 18 to 21 inches high.
Educational Insights Kanoodle is a visual perceptual, strategy game that is fun for kids and adults (ages 7 and up) to play. This can be used to help fine motor, visual perceptual, visual spatial, and problem solving skills. Kanoodle consists of 12 pieces of connected beads, each a different shape and color, and a puzzle book. The player uses the puzzle book to show them where some of the pieces go and then figures where the remaining pieces go on their own. Use the included puzzle book to choos
Educational Insights Playfoam Combo 8-Pack is a pack of No-Stick Playfoam meant for use by preschoolers to develop fine motor skills, can be used to encourage creativity and self-expression, and provides tactile and sensory stimulation.
Educational Playtime with Duplo – Sorting, Estimating, and Building is a do it yourself learning activity designed for children with fine motor disabilities to learn matching and sorting skills with estimating and building.
Edushape Link-a-Shape foam blocks improve logic and reasoning ability and develop hand-eye coordination. Squares, rectangles, circular and hexagon shapes have printed surfaces which fit together to create endless 3D abstract creations. DIMENSIONS: 5 inches length x 5 inches width x 12 inches height. CAPACITY: Children of 18 months to 3 years. WEIGHT: 8 ounces shipping weight. COLOR: Multiple. WARRANTY/GUARANTEE: As stated by the manufacturer.
Electronic Snap Circuits® SC-300 is a Sensory Motor Development Skill Builder, a creative circuit kit, designed for children ages 8 and up with learning and other developmental disabilities that affect cognitive function, such as brain injury, to build over 300 exciting projects. Users can follow the pictures and snap together the 60 different parts to build: AM radios, burglar alarms, flashlights, doorbells, and much more.
The Elevated Sand Table is a playground structure to allow wheelchair users ages 2 - 5 a chance to play in the sand. It is an elevated sandbox for a playground. This ADA accessible table allows children of all abilities to enjoy the wonders of sand. The facilitator fills up the table with sand and tosses in a few accessories. With a capacity of eight children, kids can socialize while playing. This table can also be used as a planter.
The Exploration Circle is a work space for children with fine motor and lower extremity disabilities to play in. Can be used for matching and sorting. Stations feature strong, steel legs that are adjustable from 20 inches to 26 inches Height, and can be connected into several configurations.
Exploring Shapes with Playdough is a do-it-yourself general arts and crafts activity designed for children with learning disabilities to learn shapes.
Exploring Textures with Play Dough Rollers is an activity design for children with sensory disabilities to engage in sensory integration and work on fine motor skills.
The Fall Alphabet Pack is an alphabet pack set designed for children with learning disabilities to be used in the homeschool setting. This pack has over 30 pages that can be used for either coloring or painting as well as alphabet tracing strips. The user can either choose to cut the strips out or use them the way they are printed. To ensure the tracing pages or strips last longer, the user can laminate them or slip them into a protective sleeve.
Farm Friends (8 Pieces) is a large knobbed puzzle designed for individuals with neurological and fine motor disabilities ages 1 and up to do. Extra large knobs make it easy for small hands to remove each brightly-colored piece. Matching full-color pictures are underneath. Each super-sized, solid-wood puzzle with extra-chunky 1/2-inch thick pieces is the perfect first puzzle. Pieces also stand up for pretend play.
Felted Votive Holders is a fine motor skills activity for people with cognitive disabilities to use eye hand coordination and practice scissor skills.
find it games are cognitive and sensory games designed for children. Spin, twist, and shake the brightly-colored container and find a cognitive adventure. Each plastic, sealed cylinder contains hidden items for players to find. Skills used include deductive reasoning, object identification, early reading, and patience. Terrific as a learning center activity or fun as a timed game with others. Each game comes boxed and contains a tear-off tally pad to check off each found item.
This Fine motor activity using a spikey ball and loom bands is designed for children learning to write and those individuals with fine motor disabilities to practice problem solving skills, hand and eye coordination, fine motor skills and creative thinking. Children use the spikes on the spiky ball to stretch the loom bands and hold them in place. Or, the user can use regular elastic bands and have their child stretch them over a larger ball.
Fine Motor Color Matching Flowers is an activity designed for young children to build their fine motor skills and make activities such as writing, cutting and lacing easier. This Fine Motor Color Matching Flowers activity is easy to make.
Fine Motor Obstacle Course with Wikki Stix is a do it yourself activity for individuals with neurological impairments, fine motor disabilities, and ataxia to practice manipulation and planning (involved in setting up the obstacle course) and more. Users push and press their fingers into the table, leap and perform to complete all sorts of obstacles. Target finger isolation, thumb opposition, manual dexterity, motor planning, eye-hand coordination, crossing the midline, bilateral coordination, an
Fine Motor Planning Maze is an activity designed for occupational therapy patients to work on their fine motor, grasping, and pinching skills.
Fine Motor Skills with Pom Poms is an activity that can be done at home with toddlers to develop their fine motor skills. Toddlers are to put the pom poms into a container of some sort.
The Fine Motor Work Station is designed for a therapist or caregiver and a patient or child to work on fine motor skills through fine motor play. This activity promotes fine motor and coordination skills as children are picking up and placing small objects onto the paper using the pincer grip action.
The Fire Truck Sound Puzzle is a product designed for children with autism and sensory processing disorder to engage in an auditory listening activity as the puzzle makes a fire truck sound when completed.
The Fishy Gel Cushion is a seating solution designed for children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, autism, or sensory processing disorder to encourage fine motor work and active learning. The gel-filled disc can be used as a seat cushion, mini lap pad, fidget or weighted frisbee. No inflation required. Users can hold it in their lap and use as a fidget for tactile stimulation, or sit on it to help curb the wiggles when it’s time to learn. They can find the fish pieces hidden in the
Fit-a-Space is an activity designed for children with fine motor disabilities to play with, sort, string, and puzzle with. The Fit-a-Space is good for developing fine motor skills. Use the 52 fit-in shapes to form patterns and sort by shape or color on a table or on a string.
The Flower Zipper Pull Craft is a do it yourself activity designed for children with fine motor disabilities to work on zipper pull technique. When children learn to zipper, they need to work on a few fine motor skills: using both hands together and separating the dexterity side of the hand from the stability side of the hand.
Fold-up Animals is a do it yourself activity to help build fine motor skills such as cutting and drawing for individuals with disabilities.
Follow Me Friend is a toy designed for babies with fine motor disabilities to develop coordination, fine motor and crawling skills. Follow Me Friends take off when touched, playing a friendly tune and barking to remind baby to come play. Accordion-shaped to move in a straight line or a circular motion, with 2 speed settings and colorful buttons for music and sounds.
Forest Friends Discovery Tree is a big wooden tree play set full of exciting things for the eyes and hands to discover designed for children with fine motor and cognitive or neurological disabilities to encourage fine motor skills, sensory exploration, cause-effect learning, and experimentation. Features loopy rails full of colorful beads, spinning gears, spinning propellers, doors that open, blocks that slide along cut out tracks, a clock with movable hands, a flower that springs back up no mat
The Free Cutting Strips are a do it yourself activity designed for children with fine motor disabilities to do with an adult.
The Free Lego Challenge Printable is designed for children with learning disabilities to encourage them to use their imagination in play with Lego. This product includes 36 Lego Challenges that can be played at home or in a therapy setting. Users can play with friends or family. Add a timer to make things more interesting.
Frida's Fruit Fiesta Game is an occupational therapy approved toy for preschoolers (4-6 years old) to practice fine motor skills, visual scanning, letter identification, turn taking, and cooperative play. Can be used to
The Gak Letter Recognition and Formation is a do it yourself activity designed for people with fine motor disabilities and learning disabilities to have them recognize sounds, form letters, and use fine motor skills to cut out the letters.
Gator Grabber Fine Motor Tweezers are a sensory product designed for individuals ages toddler and older to practice fine motor skills, motor planning, and eye-hand coordination (visual-motor integration). Students who are hypersensitive to textures can participate in tactile play using tweezers to hold and move objects. Incorporate puppet-like conversations to enhance communication and social interactions. Gator (tweezers) can speak to or try to gobble up the other person, increasing direct cont
The Gear & Rotor Fun by EZ-Toy is designed for individuals ages 36 months - 15 years with a developmental disability to promote a creative thought process, inspire their imagination, and have them develop critical thinking skills. Features multiple build designs, classic wheel and tube construction set, and a high quality storage box.
This Gel Aquarium with 4 Fish is a lap pad designed for children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, anxiety disorders, etc., and addresses sight and touch or eye-hand coordination and improves finger strength and dexterity. An exciting stimulating gel pad with 4 fishes can be placed on the lap to reduce anxiety. This sensory pad should be placed on a surface convenient to the person. The individual should be encouraged to move the four fish around the aquarium pad. This pad may be wa
Geometric Shapes (8 Pieces) is a large knobbed puzzle designed for children with learning disabilities ages 1 and up to encourage fine motor skills and to have them learn geometric shapes. Extra large knobs make it easy for small hands to remove each brightly-colored piece. Matching full-color pictures are underneath. Each super-sized, solid-wood puzzle with extra-chunky 1/2-inch thick pieces is the perfect first puzzle. Pieces also stand up for pretend play.
The GeoPeg Stacking Tower is a 3-peg base for stacking 3 sets of colorful wooden blocks designed for children with learning disabilities to encourage fine motor skills, visual-spatial skills, sequencing, color-learning, shape-learning, size-learning and creativity. Features doughnuts, cones and octagons. Stack from big to small, warm to cool or cool to warm colors. Practice stacking them in order, then start exploring freely and creatively.
The Giant Clear-View Water Play Table, model LA719, is a water table designed for use by children with physical or cognitive disabilities. The table features a clear, lightweight plastic tub with a drain at one end. The tub comes in a no-rust metal stand with no-slip, rubber-tipped legs that keep the table stable. OPTION: Top for covering play table (LA19). DIMENSIONS (HxLxW): 21.5 x 18 x 30 inches.
The Giant Economy Sand & Water Table, model LA309, is a sand/water table designed for use by children with upper extremity, mobility, or cognitive disabilities. This table has a height-adjustable metal frame with a removable plastic tub. OPTIONS: A top is available. DIMENSIONS: This table has a 7-inch deep tub and is 22.25 inches wide x 34.25 inches long. The stand adjusts from 18 to 21 to 24 inches high.
The Glitter Weighted Sand is an art therapy product for children ages 3 and up with Autism, Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder and sensory processing disorder to encourage sensory integration, fine motor work, tactile exploration and sensory play.
The Go Go Roller is a two-pedaled transport device that was created with the idea that children can give it rough treatment without damaging it. The wheels, the steel shafts and the pedals form a unified whole, which provides sturdiness and strength. Children can pedal their way around, while developing important gross motor skills and hand eye coordination.
The Goldfish Measurement Math Game is a game designed for children or students with learning disabilities to practice early math skills. This game is played with two or more children or students.
Blow Lotto is designed for children to develop breathing control and lip muscles. Players take turns at blowing the ball from one hole to another, which requires control of the direction and speed of the ball. Nine holes show different pictures, which are also featured on the players' lotto cards. The first player to covers all the pictures is the winner. Set includes plastic frame, ball, game board with track on both sides, four lotto boards with animal pictures on both sides, storage box and 3
--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: To assist children and adults with fine motor and grasping difficulties increase participation and interaction during board games activities.
The Green Toys Block Set is a set of extra large interlocking building blocks designed for children with cognitive impairments to encourage fine motor skills, planning, visual-spatial skills, and creativity with its endless structural designs. The Set includes five types of blocks: four 2-peg, eight 4-peg, two 8-peg, two archways, and two slants. The extra large interlocking building blocks make them easy for younger children to grab. Pegs hold blocks into place securely without sticking too str
Green Toys Dump Truck 3D Puzzle is a chunky, tactile puzzle objects for building a big, heavy-duty 3D dump truck picture for children with disabilities to play with that encourages fine motor skills, visual-spatial skills, shape recognition skills, and imaginative play. Puzzle pieces include truck cab, truck bed, and two spinning wheels. Children can fit pieces into matching slots in the tray to build the whole truck.
Guidecraft PowerClix® Solids 94 Piece Set is designed for children ages 3 and up to practice eye hand coordination while learning to count as well as to develop motor, counting, sequencing, and color recognition skills. They are colorful, solid translucent plastics and geometric shapes that allow for open-ended, creativity-inspiring constructions. They can also be used for teaching and exploring solid geometry. Both 2D and 3D forms may be built by distilling the structures down to simple solid g
The Gummi Cable Bracelet is an adult-sized bracelet designed for children with Autism and other sensory processing disorders to help them self-regulate. These can be used by people who are calmer when they are able to move parts of their body, people who chew on non-food items such as sleeves to help self-regulate, or people who have mild oral issues. They can be used as a hand fidget or oral fidget for the mild chewer. Can be used at home, in school, or in meetings.
The Gyrobix Explorer toy allows for a user to spin, turn, twirl, twist a magnetic disk around the dual pegs. Spin the triangular handles to create an optical illusion and make the magnetic spinning wheel race from side to side. Play vertically or horizontally.
Hand Eye Coordination Scarves provide children with a rainbow of colored juggling scarves that teach tossing and catching skills while crossing midline. Crossing the midline (an imaginary line down the center of the body) is a crucial developmental milestone for reading, writing and daily activities like putting on socks and shoes (ADLS). Kids can toss with the right hand and catch with the left, toss with the left hand and catch with the right, and while doing so, they will learn bilateral coor
Hand Print Frog Craft is a do it yourself activity designed for those with upper extremity disabilities to work on fine motor skills.
Handprint American Flag & Bald Eagle Craft is a therapeutic recreation, sensory integration activity to be done at home between the caregiver and the patient. This can be used for children with learning disabilities, autism, sensory disabilities, or anyone who would benefit from sensory integration.
The Happy Trails Magnetic Sand Table is a sand/water table designed for play by children with upper extremity, cognitive, or neurological disabilities. This wooden table has steel legs that can be bolted to the floor for added stability. Sand is sealed beneath the permanently attached acrylic top. Children move magnetized marbles and vehicles through the sand using four chunky magnets. The hand pieces are permanently attached to the table. DIMENSIONS (LxHxW): 29 x 22 x 29 inches.
The Heart Penguin Craft is a general arts and craft project designed for people with upper extremity disabilities to work on fine motor skills.
Helping Hands Fine Motor Tool Set is a product designed for users with upper extremity disabilities to build writing and pre-scissor skills. With this product, users can twist, scoop, squeeze, and build little hand muscles.
Holey Toilet Paper (TP) Roll Threading is an activity to do at home or in occupational therapy designed for toddlers and preschoolers with fine motor disabilities to practice their fine motor abilities.
Homemade Flubber is a sensory activity recommended for people who have sensory disabilities, or for individuals with fine motor skills that need exercise.
I Can Cut! is an activity book for children ages 1 to 5 with upper extremity disabilities to use in order to increase strength and dexterity in their hands and fingers. It can be be used during therapeutic recreation. The book is organized developmentally so children begin with snipping the fringe on a rug to cutting straight lines, curves, circles and cutting around various forms. Once the activity page is complete, the child will have a play item to use again and again including puppets, prop
The I-Silicone Laser Clay Set is a pack of putty that changes color when exposed to ultraviolet light designed for children ages 4 and up with learning and emotional disabilities to use during therapeutic recreation. Young artists can write on the putty with the included "laser" light or place clay in direct sunlight to change its color.
Joinks are designed for children to give them opportunity to develop fine motor skills and greater visual-spatial proficiency. Designed for innovative building with flexible connectors and wooden sticks. Encourages creativity as the child is able to build forms, geometric shapes, and molecular models. Pieces connect easily and pop apart.
Extra Knob Puzzles are puzzles that feature extra large knobs that make it easy for small hands to remove each brightly-colored piece. The puzzles feature matching full-color pictures underneath. Each super-sized, solid-wood puzzle comes with extra-chunky 1/2-inch thick puzzle pieces. The pieces also stand up for pretend play.
The Jumbo Paint Brush Set is a set of art tools designed for people with neurological and fine motor disabilities to develop color and shape recognition, fine motor and communication skills. Each set features four brushes with easy-to-clean, over-sized handles that make painting a lot easier for young artists and children still working on their fine motor skill development. The brushes are made up of durable, high-quality bristles to ensure they last through their art creations.
KidsDoodle is a free functional application that gives children a fun way to exercise fine motor skills by drawing, doodling, and writing in visually appealing bright, glowing, neon color.
Lace and Trace Pets is a fine motor activity designed for individuals ages 3 and up with upper extremity disabilities to offer a variety of shapes, colors and patterns. They come in a sturdy wooden storage case. Set contains five jumbo, double-sided lacing panels, plus five color-coordinated laces.
Lacing & Tracing Shapes are lacing cards designed for children with fine motor disabilities to provide an inviting way for them to build the essential competence of hand-eye coordination. These brightly colored shapes and laces make skill-building especially fun. Along with nine 27-inch laces, the set includes sturdy chipboard cards in the shape of a fish, a horse, a butterfly, a heart, an airplane, a gingerbread man, a triangle, a circle, and a square. The cards also double as tracing tools
Lacing Beads In a Box are chunky blocks in a variety of shapes and sizes designed for children with fine motor disabilities to challenge various hand skills. They are thick, easy to handle and have a long stiff tip making the manipulation of getting the lace through the hole manageable. Blocks feature oversized holes. They all stored neatly in a wooden box with a clear slide plastic top
The Latch & Play Big Barn Playset is an activity for children with disabilities ages 3 and up to develop dexterity and fine motor skills. Children learn about latches, locks, and animals as they open and close the 6 doors. Illustrated both inside and out for double the fun, it features durable wood construction with sturdy brass hardware.
The Leafy Lacing Tree is a fine motor activity designed for children with learning and neurological disabilities to create a 3-D tree complete with leaves and animals. The Leafy Lacing Tree is a sewing tool that allows children to exercise their creativity, concentration and hand/eye coordination. This lacing toy includes 2 tree pieces that fit together to form the crown and stump, and 2 laces. Every lace includes a bead stopper to ensure the placement on the tree. All of the pieces are made fro
The LEGO Addition Mat for Greater Than/Less Than Free Printable is a do it yourself product designed for elementary aged children with learning disabilities to learn math and work on fine motor skills.
LEGO Duplo Ring Toss game for kids is a do it yourself activity/game for children 2 years and older with fine motor and learning disabilities to introduce counting and one on one correspondence.
Letter Formation with Playdough is a do it yourself activity designed for children with fine motor or learning disabilities to learn letter formation and spelling.
Letter Sound Activity with Play Dough Tools is a learning activity designed for children with sensory processing disorder to learn beginning sounds with playdough tools.
Lyra Triangular Crayons are writing tools designed for individuals with grasping disabilities that position the hand and fingers in a tripod grasp for an easier grip. The crayons are short and fat making grasping them easier.
Magna-Tiles Clear Colors is a set of 32 clear-color magnetic geometric construction tiles designed for use in a classroom or home setting by children with cognitive or learning disabilities to inspire spatial exploration using light, color, geometry, architecture, and magnets, and to encourage fine motor skills, visual-spatial skills, shape-learning, geometry skills, and creativity. Designed with loose magnets built into every edge of every shape, children can connect and build the tiles into an
The Magnetic Color Sorter is a wooden sorting board designed for children with cognitive disabilities to play with, work on their eye hand coordination, color recognition, and fine motor skills. Users can sort 25 chips into five color categories using a magnetic wand. Individual chips cling to the wand and are moved easily along the path to the correct destination.
The Magnetic Hangman game is designed for children with fine motor disabilities to carefully work on their fine motor skills by assembling the hanged man. Opponent tries to guess the word as they play with the magnetic surface.
The Magnetic Letter and Spoons Handwriting Game is a do it yourself activity designed for preschoolers and kindergarteners to work on letter identification and formation in handwriting. Preschoolers can use this activity to work on writing upper case letters and kindergarten-aged students can work on lower case letters with this activity. Extend this play to older kids by asking them to write words using the magnetic letters.
The Magnetic Tow Truck Game is a wooden puzzle game designed for children ages 3 and up with fine motor disabilities to develop eye hand coordination. Children find it challenging to return cars to their correct spots.
Magnetic Wands is an educational toy or therapy tool designed to promote shoulder stability, eye-hand coordination, and bilateral skills in individuals with upper extremity disabilities, cognitive or learning disabilities, or mobility disabilities.
Marble Mazes are designed to facilitate finger pincer grasp, finger isolation and strengthening. Users will be asked to push an enclosed, stainless steel ball through
an 8.5" X 11" stretchy, cloth maze that is full of straight, curved and zig-zag pathways. There are four designs to choose from.
Mason Jar Lid Snowman Christmas Ornament is a do it yourself craft for children with autism fine motor disabilities to exercise their fine motor skills while experiencing sensory integration.
Melissa & Doug Primary Lacing Beads is an occupational therapy approved toy for children ages 2-5 years old to help them develop fine motor skills. The Lacing Beads includes thirty wooden beads in six vibrant colors and five distinct shapes, and two extra-long laces that can be used for many activities. Stringing the easily grasped beads promotes eye-hand coordination, fine motor, cognitive, and visual perception skills. The beads can be sorted and counted for a mathematical application, or
The Melissa & Doug Wooden Train Sound Puzzle is a peg puzzle designed for users ages 3 and up with autism and special needs to have auditory fun with. The Melissa & Doug Train Sound Puzzle takes the user on a ride toward an exciting sound surprise. Once they place the last piece of the puzzle into place, a realistic train sound will delight and reward them. This puzzle is a fun, unique way to reinforce cause and effect relationships, early vocabulary and matching skills.
The Melissa & Doug Vehicle Sound Puzzle is a peg puzzle designed for children with learning and speech disabilities to reinforce cause and effect relationships, early vocabulary and matching skills. Peg Puzzles are taken to the next level with this fun and exciting puzzle. Listen to the sounds of a fire engine, airplane, ambulance and more. Realistic sounds are played only when the correct puzzle piece is properly placed on the board. This is a way to reinforce cause and effect relationships
The Mini-Snip Loop Scissors are snip loop scissors made to provide comfortable assistance and encouragement to aid children with smaller hands and fine motor challenges, assisting them in using scissors effectively. Suitable for right- or left-hand use.
Mitten Match Number and Fine Motor Skills is a do it yourself activity designed for preschool or kindergarten children to build number sense and work on building their fine motor and visual discrimination skills. These skills are needed when a child starts learning to recognize the different numbers and letters. This mitten matching activity works on identifying numbers and pairing them with the corresponding number of dots.
Monster Munch Fine Motor Game on Light Box is a do it yourself activity designed for children with fine motor and sensory disabilities to exercise pincher grasp and finger strength.
The Multi Colored Tabletop Roller is sensory integration equipment designed for children ages 3 and up with fine motor disabilities to play with and enjoy the sights and sounds. Choose a favorite tube or make all spin at once. Each tube spins easily and contains different items in them to make different types of noises. The items in the tubes are multi colored and mounted on a robust wooden frame.
The Musical Instruments Sound Puzzle is an audio stimulation aid designed for children with autism and sensory processing disorder to reinforce cause and effect relationships, early vocabulary, and matching skills. Each musical instrument plays a snippet of Old McDonald Had a Farm.
My First Mess-Free Touch-Lights is designed for children ages 2 and up who are visually impaired to be visually stimulating and to encourage fine motor skills, sensory learning, and creativity. Features a gel drawing pad with bright lights and music. The gel moves out of the way of the users finger as they press and slide while lights shine bright from underneath gel. Features three settings: no lights or sound, just lights, or lights and sound. The user can press the big yellow button to choose
The My Little Mozart Musical Bench is a hammer bench featuring musical chimes that can be played with a mallet designed for young individuals with fine motor and neurological or cognitive disabilities to encourage fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination, color learning and musical exploration. The child can use the hammer to pound three vibrant spheres through the holes in the bench. Spheres fall and roll down a ramp of musical chimes for a delightful sensory experience. The child can then pull
The My Superhero Preschool Pack is a pack of arts and crafts tools designed for children with disabilities to encourage pencil control, visual motor planning as well as visual motor integration. Contains fluency patterns to trace and draw, mazes, and pattern. This pack has been designed for preschoolers, however may also be suitable for school age children in younger years.
The Nanoblock Church is designed to encourage fine motor skills, dexterity, building skills, and following directions. Users can build the church, which is white with red "tile" roof. The church features a bell tower, gold cross, two spires, stained glass windows (made of translucent colored blocks), and a bride and groom. The smallest piece measures 4 x 4 x 5 millimeters (L x W x H).
The Nickster Train is an educational toy designed for use by young individuals who have neurological, cognitive, fine motor, and learning disabilities. This toy train encourages fine motor skills, counting, color recognition, and imagination. Users can play with the cars individually, roll them along the carpet or table, then connect them together as a colorful speedy train. Each car is numbered, number plates permanently attached to cars. It also features downloadable iPhone app for extra game
--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: To provide an opportunity for children who have difficulty with fine motor and upper extremity coordination participate in drawing activities by using a weighted marker holder to select and recap markers.
The Numbers Sound Puzzle is a puzzle designed for children with learning disabilities to learn how to count. Learning numbers 1 through 20 is engaging and fun with the Numbers Sound Puzzle. When the correct number is fitted into the puzzle, the number is spoken aloud.
The Oball with Rainstick Rattle™ is a multi-colored bead rainstick ball designed for users ages 3 and up with neurological disabilities to make soothing sounds with.
The Ocean Count and Clip Card is a free printable busy bag designed for young learners, children with learning disabilities, children with autism, and children with sensory needs to practice number recognition, counting, and fine motor skills. They are to be printed on cardstock and cut printed on regular paper and laminate once they are cut so that they are reusable. Using clothespins or markers, the child points out the correct answer.
One Lump or Two is designed is designed for use by children working on improving their fine motor skills as a result of Down’s syndrome, stroke, and cerebral palsy. While planning a tea party, players get to organize, problem solve and work on fine-motor-skill building. Players make invitations, placemats, and party favors as well as prepare simple treats. Activities in this book are designed to enhance eye-hand coordination, sense of perception, and more.
The OombeeCube is a cognition exercise for ages 10 months and up with fine motor disabilities to encourage fine motor skills, sensory learning, tactile exploration, and visual-spatial skills. The sorting cube features vibrant colors with 6 rubbery shapes tethered to its corners. Users can explore the contours, squeeze them, and safely chew on them. The cutout spaces of the cube each only match one of the rubbery tethered shapes. The child fits the square into the square, the circle into the circ
This Orchard Fresh Cutting Fruit is a set of wooden fruits designed for young children with upper extremity disabilities to cut in half with a child-safe wooden knife. It encourages fine motor skills, cause-effect learning, imaginative play, role play, and storytelling. The Orchard Fresh Cutting Fruit thrills a child’s imagination while inspiring tactile learning. Wooden fruit halves connect via Velcro-like fasteners. Fasteners provide resistance to the wooden knife so that the child feels like
The Paint Chip Color Matching is a do it yourself busy bag designed for those individuals who have a slight learning disability to teach them colors and matching.
Paint Chip Color Sort Busy Bag is a busy bag designed for children with fine motor, cognitive and learning disabilities to learn color recognition, matching, and sorting.
Paint Chip Color Swatch is a do it yourself busy bag designed for low vision individuals and those with learning disabilities to learn how to match and sort colors.
Painting Fall...with your feet is a painting activity designed for children with learning disabilities to do in a homeschool setting.
Paper Plate Carnival Masks is a do it yourself craft designed for children with learning and fine motor disabilities to learn about the rainforest and practice fine motor skills.
The Paper Straw Necklace is a do it yourself activity designed for young children with fine motor disabilities to work on fine motor skills.
Pattern Blocks and Boards is designed for children, to get them to exercise their fine motor abilities while using matching skills/problem solving/figuring out which shape goes where. Designs on 5 reversible boards and 120 brightly colored wooden geometric shapes provide multiple fun ways for children to develop matching and fine motor skills. They can match to the boards, create mosaics, and design their own patterns. Ages 3 and up.
The Peg Domino game is designed for individuals with fine motor disabilities to develop fine motor control, especially the grip needed for drawing and writing, and to develop the skills of matching and ordering. Players attach small, color clothespin shaped clips to the circular gripboard one after the other, matching the colors. Each player tries to use up his/her pegs.
The Penguin Hand Print Craft is a general arts and craft project designed for children with upper extremity and learning disabilities to work on fine motor skills.
Perplexus is a 3-dimensional maze that is interactive, kinetic, and a strong motor planning exercise. This transparent, spherical maze houses a tiny silver marble and 100 obstacles to maneuver through. Players work with gravity to carefully twist, flip, and turn the sphere to guide the marble down the track they have chosen to navigate. Kids will think they are just having fun but they also will be exercising their motor and dexterity skills and improving their eye/hand coordination.
The Personalized Classic Wooden Stacking Train is a toy designed for children ages 2 and up with fine motor disabilities to develop dexterity and fine motor skills. Personalized Classic Wooden Stacking Train includes 15 brightly colored solid wood blocks and 3 sturdy, smooth-rolling train cars for easy stacking anyway the child likes. Can be engraved with a child’s name; specify up to 12 letters/spaces.
The Pets Sound Puzzle is an audio stimulation aid designed for children with autism and sensory processing disorder to reinforce cause-and-effect; early vocabulary and matching skills. As animals are placed correctly into the puzzle the animals "speak" to the child.
The Phases of The Moon Activity is designed for children with learning disabilities to learn and work on fine motor skills. For this activity, children observe the moon each evening (or almost every night) and the teacher has them mold the moon's shape.
Picture Pie: A Cut and Paste Drawing Book is a book designed for individuals with learning or cognitive disabilities that demonstrates how to use a basic circle, arcs, and curves to draw birds, animals, snowmen, fish and many other objects and designs. It can be used as a three-dimensional perceptual activity and breaks down into clear steps how an image can be formed with simple shapes.
Pincher and Fine Motor Skills Practice is a do it yourself activity designed for people with fine motor disabilities and autism to create "birds" and "worms" to play with.
Pipe Cleaner Bead String Busy Bag is a do-it-yourself busy bag designed for children with sensory disabilities to play with. Users can enjoy making bracelets or doll necklaces or bookmarks while they practice their fine motor skills.
This activity is designed to help Autistic children or children with learning disabilities and slow fine motor skills learn how to read and identify colors by using pipe cleaners, a Sharpie, and tape.
Play Dough and Alphabet Beads Activity is a method designed for children with learning disabilities to explore letters, develop fine motor skills, and learn sight words.
Playfoam Shape & Learn Numbers Set is arts and crafts designed for Preschoolers to place on top of the number or shape card to practice proper number formation. Provides tactile and sensory stimulation, helps develop fine motor skills, and teaches proper number formation. Non-stick Playfoam is perfect for sculpting squishy, squashy creations anywhere and anytime. Never dries out.
Playskool Play Favorites Busy Poppin' Pals is an occupational therapy approved toy, designed to address fine motor, cause and effect, and animal identification. With a slide, push, pull, turn and press, the child will be building fine motor skills and having fun as the colorful animals pop up to the corresponding action. There’s a built-in handle for on-the-go play. The pop-up activity toy introduces children to different shapes, animals, and cause-and-effect play — and rewards all of these disc
The Pool Noodle Alphabet Tower is a fun educational activity for young learners, those with learning, fine motor, or cognitive disabilities to practice letter recognition, spelling, and fine motor skills.
Pool Noodle Sensory Play is a water bin activity designed for children with motor disabilities to have them exercise their fine motor manipulation and bilateral hand control while using eye hand coordination.
Pool Noodles & Rubber Bands Fine Motor Activities is an exercise for occupational therapy patients to be done in sessions or at home that involves pool noodles and rubber bands to use fine motor skills. The materials can also be part of a busy bag for children with fine motor disabilities or Autism.
Pop ‘emz is a reusable suction craft art set designed for children ages 3 and up to pop, stick, design, and decorate non-porous surfaces in order to focus on fine motor dexterity and planning. Also encourages design skills and art play. The mini-hexagons nest like little pixels for gapless art projects on any non-porous surface. Users can create designs and on windows, tables, mirrors, the edges of a smart device, and more. Each Pop 'emz features a central knob for easy removal. To revive suctio
Pop Bead Party 500 Piece Set is a toy for young children ages 4 and up to develop their fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination. 500 Piece Pop Bead Party features an array of beads in sophisticated colors, shapes, and textures, plus 12 rings and 6 bracelets, to keep kids busy creating for hours.
The Pop Up Fire Truck is a toy designed for children with motor planning and fine motor disabilities to enhance the development of hand/eye coordination and fine motor skills. Features four figures with spring loaded action.
Potato Chip Can Pipe Cleaner Drop Busy Bag is a do-it-yourself busy bag designed for children with learning and fine motor disabilities to work on fine motor skills and learn colors. To play with, child can thread the pipe cleaners down the holes that match the color.
Preschool & Toddler Sand & Water Tables, models JJ511, JJ512, JJ513, and JJ514, are sand and water tables designed for use by children with upper extremity, mobility, or cognitive disabilities. Tables are made of all-weather plastic for indoor and outdoor use. They have a single tub (JJ511 and JJ512) or two tubs (JJ513 and JJ514); rounded edges for safety; plugs for drainage; a lightweight plastic liner that lifts out for cleaning; and a top to cover the table when not in use. Preschool
Primary Lacing Beads are smooth, chunky wooden beads to lace designed for children to develop fine motor skills. It comes with oversized holes and extra long laces. It is stored in a wooden box with a sliding lid.
Quercetti Tecno is an educational toy designed for children with learning disabilities or for use by occupational therapy patients to work on mechanical and fine motor skills, practice manual dexterity, and develop imagination skills. Users will find screws, nuts, bolts, and washers that they need to match to the correct tools to be able to insert them in the threaded holes of the board. They will become familiar with basic mechanical skills and practice their manual dexterity. They can attach t
The Rainbow Egg and Spoon set is a game designed to develop balance and motor skills. Allows players to play the classic relay game without the hassle of cleaning broken eggs. Set includes six plastic eggs and six wooden spoons.
Rainbow Math Popsicle Stick Hundreds Chart is a hands-on math activity designed for kindergarten to second grade children to work on combining numbers into groups of ten, and tens into hundreds. Children can work on this essential math concept while strengthening their fine motor skills. In addition, a single hole punch is a good way to build gross hand grasp strength but to make the activity run faster or to work proprioception. Picking up the tiny hole punched pieces of paper is a great precis
The Rainbow Pencil Control Exercises Activity is designed to work fine motor skills in young children, ages Kindergarten to school-aged, and to teach them how to hold a pencil and move it with control and at an age appropriate speed. This activity is good for anyone who is writing with a pencil and trying to form letters on lines, copy written work, fill in worksheets, or take notes. This activity is made with a rainbow of colors to add a visual scanning component.
Rhyme Time Game Boards are designed for students with learning disabilities to play a rhyming game. The rhymes featured come directly from books. The Cat in the Hat; 1 Fish, 2 Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish; and Green Eggs and Ham. The game is played like bingo, with small manipulatives that go on the words the teacher calls out.
The Right Angle Maze is a wooden grooved maze and removable wooden slider, complete the track to release the peg, designed for children with fine motor disabilities to do. It can be used as a tracking aid that uses both fine motor and gross motor skills.
Rolligo is a functional toy designed for children to work on gross motor, fine motor, and imaginative play skills as well as sensory exploration. Consists of ten multi-colored spheres that are easily stacked inside of the Rolligo rack. Children can push it or roll it backwards, forwards, or sideways on a smooth surface. The colorful spheres spin and keep a child’s attention. Spheres fit perfectly, and do not fall out when rolling.
The Rubbabu Sensory Ring is a fidget toy designed for children ages 2 and up with fine motor and sensory processing disabilities to provide sensory tactile input and visual stimulation. This fun bright lime green ring has a variety of different ridges, bumps, vibrant color and velvety soft surface. Easy to clean.
The Rubbabu Standard Ball Assortment is a set of 6 bumpy textured balls designed for individuals with disabilities to develop fine and gross motor skills as well as provide tactile stimulation. This assortment of balls features textures and shapes that children with special needs like to explore with their hands. Includes 6 uniquely shaped foam balls.
The Ruff's House Teaching Tactile Set is a product designed for children grades Pre-K and up with sensory processing disorders to calm them through tactile exploration as well as practice language, math and fine motor skills. The child helps the fuzzy dog find all the bones he hid in his doghouse. All bones are textured and made out of rubber or cloth and feature smooth, silky, scratchy, bumby, ridged and more textures. Early math games can prepare students for math success and Ruff and his bone
--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Box to hold damp sand for a child to play in. Sturdy box made of solid timber or exterior grade plywood fastened with nails and waterproof glue, with 2 battens on the bottom to allow the box to be more easily picked up. Box dimensions are 12 by 13 inches, and 6 inches deep. Should be painted inside and out. Place on a piece of plastic to protect the floor. SKILLS REQUIRED: Woodworking. AUTHOR: Caston, D TITLE: Easy to Make Toys for Your Handicapped Chi
The Sand Box, no. 9835, is a round, elevated sand table that is accessible to children in wheelchairs. The Sand Box is designed for outdoor use. DIMENSIONS: 5 or 6 foot diameter; 3 feet high. WARRANTY: 1-year on materials and workmanship.
Sands Alive Glow Super Set is designed for children 3 years and older with or without special needs. It can be used with children who have sensory processing disorders as well as those working on improving their bilateral coordination and visual perceptual development. The moldable sand glows in the dark. It is non-sticky, non-toxic, and safe to play with. The special sand compound is formulated to prevent bacterial growth, never dries out, molds easily into any shape, won’t stain, and is easy
This Scented Putty Calm is a sensory integration therapy tool designed for individuals who exhibit anxiety or nervousness to strengthen hands and encourage fine motor work. Infused with pure essential lavender oil to induce calm and regulation, the silicone putty can help reduce anxiety and add fun to heavy hand work. Users can stretch, mold, and pull the putty to ease transitions and soothe before test-taking or high-stress activities. Use alcohol to easily remove from clothing. Safety-tested a
The Screw Block is a manipulative designed for children ages 2 and up with fine motor disabilities to refine their eye hand coordination, fine motor and color-matching skills. Screw driver fits securely in a slot on the block base when not in use. Designed for use in a pre-school setting.
The screw board is a pegboard designed for individuals with fine motor disabilities to work on sorting and matching skills. User will keep their hands busy with this activity. This sturdy wooden board sits securely on a table and contains over 40 bolt and screw sets with multiple levels.
The See & Spell Learning Toy is assistive technology designed for those with learning disabilities ages 3 and up to work on cognitive skills. The user can complete the puzzle to spell a word. This wooden puzzle set helps children gain familiarity with the letters of the alphabet and their sounds as they develop a sight-reading vocabulary. The letters are also good for stenciling and lots of learning games. More than 60 colorful wooden letters fit into the eight two-sided cutout boards to spe
The Sensory Dome is designed to provide visual and tactile stimulation. Bright pom-pom balls dance around inside while music plays and the dome vibrates.
Sensory Handwriting Practice is a do it yourself activity designed for preschoolers and kindergarteners to aid in learning letter formation or math, learning a phone number or address, practicing number formation, cursive handwriting, etc.
These Sensory Sand Pellets are a sensory integration aid designed for children 3 and up with sensory processing disorder and brain injury to explore their senses. Quick, easy and reusable, the Sensory Sand Pellets make a good sensory table or tub filler. These pellets are a good, waste-free alternative to oatmeal or rice and much cleaner than using real sand or dirt.
Shapes Up is an OT approved toy designed for students with learning disabilities age 7 and up for a visual challenge. The student rolls the die, chooses the piece shown, and places it on the game board. Shapes of the same color can only touch at corners. The first person to fill their board wins. Fine motor, visual perceptual, turn taking, and planning skills are addressed with the use of this product.
Shine & Learn Preschool Projector is a toy designed for children with disabilities ages 2 and up to encourage fine motor skills, imaginative play and to learn about colors, numbers, shapes and animals as they turn the lens of Shine & Learn Preschool Projector to view images on the wall, accompanied by sweet stories and sound effects. Also good as a first flashlight. Includes Discovery and Quiz game modes, and built-in handle so children can carry it everywhere.
The Shoe Tying Tips and Tools for Kids is a DIY made out of an egg carton and shoelaces. It can be used to help children learn and practice how to tie shoes while working on fine and gross motor skills. Creating this product is also a proprioceptive activity.
Simple Fork Print Sunflower Craft is a therapeutic arts and crafts activity designed for children with emotional disabilities to enjoy sensory integrative elements, as well as individuals that would benefit from practicing their hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills.
Snowmen Shape Play Dough Mats is a general arts and crafts activity designed for students with fine motor and learning disabilities to teach them shapes.
The Sort and Count Rainbow Puzzle Busy Bag is designed to keep toddlers with special needs calm and focused while teaching counting, sorting, and color identification. There are a few options for fine motor play. Option one: color identification, sorting by number, and making a rainbow.
The Sort and Count Rainbow Puzzle Busy Bag is designed to keep toddlers with special needs calm and focused while teaching counting, sorting, and color identification. There are a few options for fine motor play. Option two: color identification, sorting by number, and making a rainbow.
The Sort and Count Rainbow Puzzle Busy Bag is designed to keep toddlers with special needs calm and focused while teaching counting, sorting, and color identification. There are a few options for fine motor play. ?Option three: rainbow color and shape sorting.
Special Education and Autism Visual Aids: Classroom Starter Pack is a set of twenty-four visual aids designed for children with Autism to support them during any setting or subject. Using visuals, particularly with students with autism is a best practice and can increase independence, decrease transition difficulties, increase positive behaviors, provide clear expectations and increase motivation among others. Some of these require student or classroom specific icons to go with them. For example
Speech Beach is an activity designed for preschool students with disabilities used to target expressive and receptive language, specifically identifying objects, and answering questions. In addition to language, this activity targets pragmatic skills such as turn-taking and following directions. Buried in the dry white rice (the "sand") are small figurines of common objects, such as a marble or a seashell. The children dig objects out of the sand identify them, and add them to a bucket.
The Stack It Peg Game With Board Occupational Therapy Autism Fine Motor Skills by Fun Express is a game for children with developmental disabilities to allow them to work on fine motor skills and hand eye coordination. The game contains thirty 2-inch plastic pegs of assorted colors. Players stack the pegs and see how high they can go.
The Stacking Shapes Peg Board is an educational toy designed for children ages 2 and up with cognitive and fine motor disabilities to teach them how to count, match and sort. These large sized pegs are easy for small hands to handle. A colorful set of large plastic cylinders, that fit into a tough plastic base.
The Stained Glass Coloring Book is designed to capture colorists’ attention with its intricate designs as well as to exercise fingers or to do a fine motor exercise with an occupational therapist. Comes with 50 high resolution stained glass patterns, each printed on its own page and designed for colorists of all ages. Exercises fine motor abilities. Designed patterns are square, round, and rectangular.
Straw Play is a do it yourself activity that works on gross motor and scissor skills for children with learning or cognitive disabilities.
The Stretch & Match Geoboard Set is a sturdy activity board, recommended for children ages four and up with Autism, for helping students develop fine motor skills, learn basic geometry and shapes, gain problem solving skills, and more.
The Stretch & Bounce Ball is an ultra-firm stress ball designed for individuals with special needs to use. It is a great stress reliever and a great sensory fidget! It has a soft cover and it's filled with a dense foam putty that can stretch and be shaped. Reform the ball and it will bounce all over the floor, a desk or the walls.
String Along Lacing is a fine motor activity addressing the skills of design copying, counting, and spatial relations designed for children to use their fingers and wrists and promote visual coordination. There are 18 colorful laces included with a childproof punch pen.The child uses a similar grasp and movement patterns to a pencil. The child punches the pen into the re-useable foam board and the pull pen to another hole. The foam board gives some resistance to the punch pen helping to develop
The Super Duper Squeezers™ are designed for individuals exercising their dexterity by using a 3-finger grasps or through using their pincher. Is a jumbo version of Skinny Mini Squeezers™ Tweezer-style tongs have very pointy tips which offers more practice of fine motor skills. For ages 5-up. Adult supervision is required due to the pointy tips.
The Sushi Slicing Playset is a fine motor activity designed for imaginative children to strengthen their hands with the use of fake chopsticks and a cleaver. The chopsticks, which have Velcro at the tips, pick up the sushi rolls that also have Velcro located in their center. The child cuts the sushi rolls with the included cleaver and hears realistic chopping sounds. Holding the cleaver with the index finger on the top and the other fingers holding it prepares the hand for holding eating utensil
--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: To make a toy accessible by adding a switch for children with limited fine and gross motor development.
For this Instructable you will need the following:
1. Drill with 1/4 inch or drill bit.
2. Glue Gun.
3 Soldering iron and solder.
3. Wire strippers and two pieces of small gauge wire.
4 Jelly bean Switch or similar to test your work.
5. Small electronics sized Philips screw driver.
6. Giggle pig, cow, dog or the like.
---- DO IT YOURSELF ENTRY --------- PURPOSE: To provide a do-it-yourself sandbox for a child with cerebral palsy. A table 2 by 3 feet is set at a height such that the user’s chair just slides under. The table has 4 inch sides to contain the sand, but the center of the front all is reduced by 2 inches to give the user better access. The table is covered with several coats of marine varnish and a snug fitting lid allowing the box to be left outdoors. TITLE: The Table Sandbox. WEBSITE: Workshop Sol
Tall-Stacker Pegs & Pegboard is a fun product designed for children ages 2 and up with fine motor and learning disabilities to work on fine motor and math skills. With the Tall-Stacker Pegs & Pegboard children work on counting, sorting, adding, matching, subtracting, and making designs.
Tangle Art is a way for people who have limited bilateral coordination to practice their coordination by holding a piece of paper with one hand and tracing with the other, then coloring craft sticks. This activity is good for pre-writing skills. Coloring in the shapes encourages the motor skills needed to move the pencil in handwriting.
Task Box Labels for Independent Work Stations are watercolor task box labels designed for special education students to add structure to their independent work. Visual schedules will help those students complete station work without constant prompting from staff. This is part of a larger bundle. This is a digital download. The teacher will download, print and prep as needed. No physical items will be sent to the user.
Tennis Monster Counting is a fine motor game designed for people with fine motor disabilities to practice their pinching ability by putting beads into a whole in a tennis ball. The user that runs out of beads first wins.
The Textured Tangle is a twistable therapy device designed for children ages 3 and up with fine motor and sensory processing disorder to fidget with. It offers an ergonomic approach to hand therapy, minor stress relief, anxiety, building fine motor skills and more. The soft, texturized rubber bumps on this Tangle provide a one-of-a-kind sensory and tactile experience in the user's hands. The motion is calming.
The EZ FORT Original 55-Piece Kit allows boys and girls ages 3 and older with developmental disabilities to promote teamwork, help them develop critical thinking skills, connect and create with a tube and sphere system. The EZ FORT building kit is the ideal size for inside and outside play and can be enjoyed in small areas, and can be used to build a playhouse or a special hideaway. The components are easy for small hands to connect and create. The multiple colors make it fun for children and he
These Therapeutic Playdough Balloons are balloons filled with playdough with faces drawn onto them. This is an activity for Autistic children or children who have challenges when it comes to handling emotions because they don't understand. They are stress ball balloons, great for discussing emotions as well as giving those little finger muscles a good work out. This activity is good therapeutic recreation and fine and gross motor play.
Think-EEZ For Master Fort BuilderZ is a 120-piece kit designed for children with learning disabilities ages 36 months - 3 years old to make forts, promote critical thinking, and encourage creativity. It is compatible with all EZ-Fort Building Systems.
This Tiny Pom Pom Fine Motor Skills activity for children with autism is good to enhance pincher skills as well as finger strength and other fine motor skills.
The Tobbles Neo is a toy designed for children ages 6 months and up with cognitive disabilities to encourage innovative creative play, sensory exploration, fine motor skills, coordination, and visual spatial acuity. User can stack, topple, spin, balance, wobble, tilt, wiggle, or roll.
Touch and Color, TC1, is a Braille coloring book with raised line geometric shapes accompanied by the color names in Braille. The coloring book is three-hole punched loose leaf.
The Tracing Letters Handwriting Practice with Chalk is a do it yourself activity for individuals with fine motor disabilities that gives them a confined space to practice letters as well as visual cues. For this activity, the occupational therapist, parent, or teach draws a random letter of the alphabet on the sidewalk with chalk. Then the child traces over that chalk with different colored chalk. When the child is tracing the letters over and over again and they will become more efficient at pl
The Tray for Sand and Putty is art therapy equipment designed for teachers, parents and therapists to use with children ages 3 and up with disabilities while they play. With the Tray for Sand and Putty a child can engage in sensory integration and fine motor play without a mess. Easy to clean surface for putties and sand. Surface wash with mild soapy water. Not dishwasher safe.
The Tricky Fish is a toy designed for young children to promote motor, visual, and perceptual skills. Use for eye tracking, shoulder stabilization, motor planning, eye control, and more. Involves control when trying to keep the ball still. Includes a double-sided grooved board to use with both hands. One side is open to use with a large ball and the other side has a transparent cover to keep the small ball from falling off.
The Turkey Baster Pom Pom Race is an occupational therapy game designed for individuals with upper extremity disabilities to work on fine motor skills. To play, the child or children sit at one end of a table. They hold the turkey baster with pincher grasp and “baste” the Pom pom, squeezing the plastic part of the baster, and “baste” it to the other side of or off the table. If playing with more than one child, make it a race between them. If not, the parent or occupational therapist race the ch
Twisters are designed to provide tactile stimulation and improve a user's circulation. This set comes with 3 Twisters. Each one has a different level of resistance to gradually help grasping, twisting and squeezing abilities. The tactile bumps help improve circulation. Bright colors make for increased visual stimulation. Made of a silicone material that can be cleaned with mild soap (avoid harsh detergents and bleach). Non-toxic.
The Vroom Town Chunky Puzzle is a set of four colorful vehicle blocks that fit into slots carved into a wooden puzzle board designed for children with disabilities to encourage their fine motor skills, visual-spatial skills, matching skills, and imaginative play time. The colors and designs fill young minds with wonder and makes it easy for little hands to match the shapes. The puzzle board shaped is like a truck and printed with a roadway design.
The Wacky Tracks Fidget is a sensory toy for those individuals of all ages with sensory disabilities or Autism to create art, create letters, numbers, symbols, even a bracelet or necklace. Lightweight plastic construction is designed to withstand hours of intense play.
Wacky Web is a 3-Dimensional maze designed for children with fine motor disabilities to exercise bilateral manipulation skills, pincer grasp, visual focusing, and motor planning. This is a pre-buttoning activity. To use, children move the smiley face bead along the elastic cord and through the slits on the felt mat from the one side (red) to the other side (blue). This product comes with a grid of 25 squares sewn onto it with a ½-inch slit in the center of each square. Light and easy to transpor
Washi Tape Mason Jar Lid Ornament is a do it yourself craft designed for children with fine motor disabilities to engage in fine motor play and use their fine motor abilities.
CUSTOM ADAPTATION PURPOSE: To provide access to a water play table for a child with cerebral palsy, developmental disabilities, and vision and hearing impairments while using a therapeutic incline box. The plastic table had a metal stand with casters, but as the child grew, it no longer provided the correct height and position. To resolve the problem, the legs were extended and adjustability was added to accommodate future growth. To increase stability, the casters were removed from one end. DI
The Weighted Seek and Find is a visual motor therapeutic activity. This item helps provide deep pressure to the lap area to help calm and focus the user, it also allows those of various physical abilities to participate in an interactive game. The weighted version is also a way to utilize bilateral strengthening during the shake up.
The Wikki Stix Activity Set is a fine motor activity kit designed for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and learning disabilities to play with. Contains 84 Wikki Stix in 16 colors and two sizes (48 each 8 inches and 36 each 6 inches), plus multi-use playboard, handy storage bag and eight pages of fun ideas and illustrations. Wikki Stix are a one of a kind activity that is twistable, stackable, sticky and buildable while offering therapeutic benefits as well. Created from a unique, patented
The Wood Fidget Puzzle is 12 colorful cubes designed for children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, autism and upper extremity disabilities ages 3 and up to enhance tactile perception. These little fidgets can be arranged and twisted into thousands of shapes. Twelve colorful half-inch blocks are connected together by heavy-duty elasticized string.
The Wood Lacing Sneaker is a toy designed for children with fine motor disabilities ages 3 and up to teach them eye hand coordination and fine motor skills as they learn how to tie a bow.
Wood Slice String Art Ornaments is a do it yourself craft for children with fine motor disabilities to engage in fine motor play, to practice fine motor skills, and to encourage creativity.
The Wooden Geo Puzzle Board is designed for children with fine motor and learning disabilities to teach them color, shape and size recognition. These are basic geometric forms. This puzzle is good for the development of matching skills, color and shape discrimination and fine motor skills.