Top Special Needs - Sensory
Sensory processing disorder, SPD, is a neurological disorder causing difficulties with taking in, processing and responding to both internal and external sensory information about the environment. It may also be known as Sensory Integration Dysfunction or SID. The following toys can be used to help children overcome their aversions to certain sensory objects. Additionally, these toys are also excellent for those children who crave extra sensory input.
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Kids 3+ can blow giant bubbles with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Leonardo with this bubble toy.
Kids 2+ can get creative with 16 bright colors of Play-Doh that come in easy-to-take-along individually wrapped plastic pouches.
The Play-Doh Plus 8-Pack comes with eight cans of Play-Doh. Little hands can make more detailed swirls, stars, and other imaginative additions with this softer, smoother compound. The softer texture…
This all-in-one pack provides great sensory feedback to any child. It comes with four colorful nubby balls in a variety of colors. The mega pack includes two 7-inch balls and two 4-inch balls in…
Many kids with sensory issues have tactile defensiveness (sensitive to touch and can be easily overwhelmed and fearful of ordinary daily experiences and activities), you can help them overcome this…