There's a different sensory stimulating activity on each one of this Bright Starts giraffe's legs. There's a mirror, a teether, a rattle, and a bead...... more
There's a different sensory stimulating activity on each one of this Bright Starts giraffe's legs. There's a mirror, a teether, a rattle, and a bead chaser for interactive fun. High contrast colours, multiple textures, and fun sounds help to stimulate baby's senses. The Bright Starts Sensory giraffe easily attaches to carriers, strollers, and more.Warning: Suitable from birth.
Advantages: Good tactile ball Disadvantages: Does not bounce
.... The feel of it is inviting you want to bury your fingers in its tentacles and explore and squeeze.
A koosh ball is a fantastic sensory toy.
Playing with a koosh ball.
This ball is so soft it will not hurt when it is thrown at you. We throw these koosh balls at our special needs children to get a response, sometimes they get thrown back if the child is capable or wants to let go of the ball. These balls...
Advantages: LA Binoche Disadvantages: Not as effective as the source novel
It is based on the amazingly accomplished novel by the British author Joanne Harris, who was raised from childhood with daily exposure to French culture and chocolate. Two life experiences she has put to great use in her novel.
We begin our trip to the land of sensory pleasure in small village in France. It is a winter’s day and an unusually strong North wind is blowing as Via...
...I often use sensory balls at work. These ones are 4 inches/10 cm in diameter. They are available in blue, red, green or yellow.
These balls are made of a strong yet soft rubbery plastic. They are balls covered in many knobbly spikes. These balls are squeezable.
These balls are strong and durable will last many play hours.
The five primary senses include: sight, sound, hearing, taste...