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  • The Original Sensory Tub

    The Original Sensory Tub is an ideal starter kit on which to build up your equipment base and resources. Contains a wide selection of stimulation equipment that has been grouped under six different headings - tactile, weighted, vibration, visual, auditory and massage. All these products will…

  • Tall Tubie

    page530 Tubies are fun to use and encourage hand/eye co-ordination and tracking. Post the balls in the holes and watch them travel down through the transparent tubes. The tubes are ribbed and gently vibrate as the ball passes through. Age: 3 years+.• Supplied with 6 balls, but additional balls…

  • Dark Den Accessory Kit

    A perfect companion to black out sensory dens or other dark area. This kit includes an exciting mix of lights for children to explore and touch like the plasma ball and textured bouncing light up ball. The lamps and light up accessories create a magical den space. Age: 3 years+.

  • Silver Sensory Reflective Mirror Balls

    Reflective mirror balls provide a stretched version of reality that is distorted like a fish-eye lens giving a view which is other worldly. Children will be fascinated to see items placed close to the mirrors including their own face enlarged in close up. Made from hard wearing stainless steel,…

  • Sensory Manipulative Panels

    page516 page715 Brighten up your classroom walls and engage children in practising and improving their fine motor and co-ordination skills. Easy to grip handles allows smooth movement along curved paths. Age: 3 years+.• Wall fixings supplied• Manufactured from MDF panels• Squirrel size: 890mm(w) x…

  • Sensory Mood Lights

    These mood lights can be placed around the room or used in a sensory den to provide background lighting. Using a remote control you can choose 16 different colours or set to fade through a spectrum of shades. They are powered by safe, low voltage mains power supplies and come with a base station…

  • Sensory Stones

    page514 Eight tactile stones with different designs. Set includes four raised/bumpy tactile stones, circles, waves, dots and a grid and four indented stones, zigzag, lines, circles and a spiral. Introduce the stones to the children and encourage them to look at and to feel. Age: 3 years+.•…

  • Sensory Tactile Balance Beam

    page742 This large Sensory Tactile Balance Beam System includes 12 different wooden beams, each providing sensory and tactile stimulation, due to the variety of textured services. Each beam has a different colour or pattern and large wooden connectors join the beams allowing different layouts to be…

  • Bubble Tube

    …in price but not in quality. This striking circular bubble column water feature with colour changing LED lights makes it a great addition to any sensory environment. Sit back and relax while watching the bubbles continuously rise from the base, illuminated by an enchanting array of colours with the…

  • Sensory Rainbow Glitter Balls

    page518 A perfect resource for young children with fascinating sparkling stardust which swirls around the inside of the balls as they are moved. Ideal for captivating the imagination and improving concentration skills. Age: 3 years+.• Set of 7 in red, silver, gold, green, blue, pink & purple•…

  • Mushroom Kaleidoscopes

    page530 See things in a new and exciting way with these kaleidoscopes. Made by Plan Toys using kiln dried rubberwood. Age: 18 months+.• Size: each mushroom, 50mm x 50mm x 55mm• Set of 6

  • Beach Ball

    Multi-coloured, glossy-panel, inflatable beach ball ideal for developing hand eye co-ordination skills.• Size: 500mm(dia)• Sold singly

  • Bendy Smiley Men

    page517 page663 These smiley characters have long flexible limbs allowing you to create a great range of poses and are brilliant for aiding concentration and keeping hands busy. Age: 3 years+.• Size: 120mm(h)• Colours may vary• Pack of 6

  • Scented Drawstring Bags

    page536 Ten interesting drawstring bags each filled with different scented materials. A bag each of lavender, lemon chippings, apple, cinnamon, rose petals, cloves, orange, nutmeg, aniseed and bay leaves. Intended for use in an educational environment to help children learn about their sense of…

  • Textured Tangle

    page517 page663 A Tangle with different tactile textures. Great for fidgets but not suitable for children who chew objects as the links may come apart. Age: 3 years+.• Size: 170mm(l)• Sold singly

  • PlayFoam

    Playfoam provides mess-free creative play for children, encouraging imaginative thinking and promoting sensory perception and fine motor skills. This unique creative play product will only stick to itself, not to hands, hair, clothes or carpet. Playfoam never dries out so can be used time and time…

  • Talking Tins

    page541 Talking Tins help children of all ages develop their speaking and listening skills. Talking Tins allow you to record and playback your own voice messages, music or sound effects. The tins have built-in magnets which allows them to be attached to any metal surface. Activities include…

  • Mystery Sensory Balls

    page518 A set of 6 reflective mirror balls that look identical but all have individual characteristics. Some wobble when rolled, or turn and won’t roll in a straight line, some feel funny when twisted, spun or shaken, and others make different shaker or rattle sounds. The shiny mirror surface…

  • Sensory In A Box Kit

    The Sensory in a Box kit is portable and easy to install. They develop inclusive practice for people of all abilities and create an exciting, interactive environment. Contents may vary.

  • Windsocks

    A set of five, bright, eye catching windsocks which are ideal for any sensory garden. Set of five includes a tropical fish, flower, butterfly, ladybird and a bee.

  • The Consortium Sensory In A Flightcase

    …portable sensory kit contains a versatile selection of sensory resources which are easily stored away in the flight case provided. Ideal for when space is limited, this kit has been designed for children and adults with special needs, giving them the opportunity to benefit from sensory input…

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