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August Box SALE

This past August Sensory TheraPLAY Box is a 'single purchase' box (no subscription required).

*Please Note: this box ships out within 2-3 business days via USPS Mail

Inside, you will find sensory toys and items to engage your child in fun, therapeutic play!


-Massive Googly Ball

This is the ultimate sensory toy that’s so much fun to touch, shake, and fidget with! It’s squishy, tactile and squeezable! Pinching or tugging gently on the little strings can help replace behaviors such as hair pulling or pinching. Or, you can work on eye-hand coordination by playing a game of catch with it.

-Takumo Steamed Bun Squishy!

This fidget toy is shaped like a steamed stuffed bun! Squeeze and play with to help decrease anxiety or use as a calm down tool to help manage big emotions. Once school starts again, this would also be a perfect fidget to keep by your child’s desk to be able to fidget with during schoolwork to help with focus and attention.

-Ooly DIY Eraser Kit

This make and bake kit allows children to shape their very own erasers! Comes with 12 pliable clay colors that can be mixed and shaped to make different creations that turn into functional erasers. This is an excellent activity to work on hand strengthening and fine motor skills. The amount of detail and intricacy of the erasers will vary from child to child! Some children will make mini cupcakes, fruit, ice cream cones, flowers, donuts, etc. If your child need some extra help, consider the following: -Sometimes these clays take a little more kneading and warming up to become moldable and workable. If your chid is having difficulty manipulating the clay, hold in your hands and knead first to “warm up” before giving to your child. -Encourage your child to do designs that require less steps and layering of colors. For example, a rainbow eraser is easier to make than an animal or donut with lots of little details. To make the rainbow, roll out small little “logs” of different colors, then place them all next to each other in a wide “C” shape. Another simple creation is a little monster creature. Tear off a piece of clay, give to your child and ask them to roll it into a ball while you make the small details such as eyeballs, horns, ears, antennas, mouths, etc. Once you have shaped out the little details, ask your child to gently place them on the ball to bring the silly character to life!

-Surprise Ball

This surprise ball comes with 5 assorted soft mochi characters. These little toys have a pleasant texture and are fun to squish and squeeze. They make great small fidgets for back to school and can help manage anxiety by running your fingers over the smooth surface and gently pinching between fingertips.

-Sensy Pop

Pop the popper, feel the textured border, push the ball through the silicone maze…the tactile stimulation of this little ‘puzzle’ makes it a favorite for kids and can be placed inside a pocket or attached to a backpack.

-Brick Pencil Topper Oral Chew

This pencil topper provides a discreet solution for children who need to chew and offers a safe alternative to biting on shirts, pencils, fingers, etc. Using a chew tool as an oral fidget can help soothe and self-regulate during times of stress or to help improve concentration during school related tasks. Not all children need to chew, so if your child does not have oral sensory seeking needs, please do not encourage chewing. For children who do not need an oral sensory item, you can instead use this product as a hand fidget. The bumpy texture can be calming to run your fingers over. *Caution: Recommended for ages 5 and up. Always supervise your child at all times while using this chew. Regularly inspect the chew and discard at the first sign of wear and tear. Although this item is extremely durable, no chew tool is indestructible. If a child has heavy or aggressive oral needs, you will need to closely monitor your child during use of this product.

Note: *You are solely responsible for determining if the contents in Sensory TheraPLAY Box are suitable for your child. Always use close supervision while your child is playing with the items in this box. By purchasing, you agree to Sensory TheraPLAY Box's Terms and Conditions.


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