– Textured balls of varying sizes and materials are for squeezing, rolling, and tactile exploration.
– Tiny, colorful, and squishy beads provide a unique tactile experience, especially in water.
Toys emit soft light, engaging the visual senses, and adding charm to play time.
– Instruments such as shakers, tambourines or small xylophones are meant for auditory stimulation and rhythm exploration.
– Mats with various textures and patterns provide a tactile experience, designed to engage and stimulate the senses.
– Scented playdough adds a sensory twist to creativity, engaging kids with delightful aromas for imaginative, fragrant fun.
– Small handheld toys like spinners or stress balls, offer discreet tactile stimulation and promote focus.
Visual Stimulation Toys
– Visual stimulation toys captivate with vibrant colors and dynamic patterns and promote sensory engagement in a compact, stimulating package.
– Building blocks with various textures provide tactile exploration and creativity during building activities.
Nature Exploration Kits
Kits include organic components, such as leaves or pinecones, which offer visual and tactile cues to foster a sense of connection to nature.