Five Plate Busy Box
Requires 2 C batteries.
This fun-filled activity center provides five stations for somatosensory stimulation: a bright yellow plate activates an AM/FM radio, a large red plate vibrates when touched, a wooden roller sounds a buzzer, a pull ball turns on a music box, and a large orange plate turns on a bright light. Each of the switch plates has been designed to enhance sensory awareness. #833
Requires 6 AA batteries.
Activate fun animal sounds! The frog makes a “ribbet” sound, the dog “barks” and the cat “meows”. Three finger isolation buttons are located on the “rocks” which help promote manipulation and coordination skills. When pressed, the white button vibrates and makes soothing water sounds, the blue button makes owl sounds and the black button activates a light and makes forest noises.#829
Finger Isolation Busy Box
Requires 2 C batteries.
Provides stimulation and enhances finger isolation! To activate a response an individual has to purposefully press the recessed buttons with his or her finger. Upon activation, the five colorful buttons produce an assortment of stimulation including lights, vibration, music, and gentle breezes. #834
Sensory Discrimination Kit
Tactile sensations! Each brightly colored holder (3” x 3”) is housed in an impact-resistant frame that represents a different texture for sensory evaluation or treatment. Icons are attached by velcro so they can be repositioned. #831
Lights, Vibration, Somatosensory Tube
Requires 2 AA batteries
Perfect for developing grasping skills, localizing sound and teaching cause and effect. Simply pick up the tube, hold it in a vertical position and it instantly rewards you with glowing lights and soothing vibrations. #832
Ages 3 & up
Seven hinged pieces feature six different kinds of locks and latches. Opening the latches and hinged pieces reveals a picture behind each. Includes a red barn door with a hook latch, a green toy box with a snap lock, a white gate with a sliding bolt, and a brown chest with a lock latch. #434
Caterpillar Lacing Box
Age 3 & up
This charming threading game promotes fine motor skills and helps with the recognition of primary and secondary colors, which can be directly matched to the colors shown on the box. Perceptual-motor learning. #842
These blocks help to develop the sense of hearing and the ability to distinguish between loud and soft, clear and dark tones, or high and low. Children also learn to recognize the contents of the Sound Blocks by the noise they make when shaken. Acrylic windows allow children to check whether they have guessed correctly. Each block is filled with a different material, which makes a different sound when shaken. #871
Labyrinth Balance Board (and Balance Board Junior #828)
Children and adults have so much fun with this balance board that they are unaware of how good it is for them. While they maneuver the balls along the groove they are developing balance, coordination, determination and patience. Move the balls from the outer circle to the middle, or for a little easier goal...move the balls from the inside to the outside. #872