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    Brain Freeze

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    Just add water and watch as the crystals expand to create tactile fun for your students!

    Sprinkle one teaspoon of Brain Freeze crystals on a tray. Add approximately 350mls of water. The Brain Freeze turns to gel for ooey, gooey fun. Kids enjoy “writing” letters or words with their fingers. Multisensory reinforcement helps cement concepts into students’ brains.

    Each bag contains enough Brain Freeze for more than a dozen trays (Brain Freeze can be dried and reconstituted with water). Easy clean up — simply let Brain Freeze dry and store for future use. If gel spills, wait until it dries and vacuum crystals.

     

     

    $10.00
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    Students will enjoy learning non-phonetic sight words (“red words”) with the Criminal Word Quicksand Kendore Kit. Criminal Word Quicksand comes with 36 sight words printed on double-sided cards. Choose the word you wish to reinforce, and the student will see, say, spell, and shape the word with red clay. Detailed instructions provided.

    Quicksand is a mixture of sand and polymer and will not dry out! The Criminal Word Quicksand Kit comes with a sturdy, 10 1/2″ x 14″ plastic tray, sealed in a heavy-duty zippered plastic bag. Take Criminal Word Quicksand on the go or stack it on a bookshelf.

    $25.00
  • Get a grip on fine motor skills!

    • Keep your young learners entertained with these four handy tools
    • Use of early learning tools with strengthen fine motor skills
    • Suitable for age 3 Years +

     

    $20.00
  • This set of 4 tools includes a twisty dropper, scooper, spinner and squeezy bottle, each of which demonstrates a different physical concept through fun, easy-to-understand interactive play.

    This set also helps children build their fine motor skills and hand muscle strength.

     

    $25.00
  • Wooden Lacing Shapes

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    Four wooden blocks with holes and laces with wooden threader, ideal for developing manual dexterity and hand-eye coordination. Includes cylinder, cube, triangular prism and octagonal prism.

    $21.00
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    Tactile Grid

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    Create tactile letters using the bumpy grid. Simply place the grid under a sheet of paper and write using a crayon. The crayon will leave a waxy, textured residue that the student can trace again and again with their finger for tactile reinforcement.

    $5.00
  • A versatile sensory ball set that contains 9 pairs of differently tactile colourful balls in a black feely bag. The set will encourage sensory exploration, is ideal for child-led learning activities and can be used in a variety of ways: learning colour names; counting in twos; describing textures visually or by touch; sorting and matching the pairs by colour; counting and sorting the different patterns; simple maths activities (adding one, taking away); and for messy play in paint or sand. The bag has a soft, velvet touch finish with fold over top and is machine washable.

    $23.60
  • Sensory Meteor Ball

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    A large colourful textured ball with 6 smaller balls which fit into craters around the surface. An unusual and stimulating resource which can be used with infants to explore actions, reactions, and motor skills; or within a small group of toddlers to encourage conversation and develop hand-eye coordination. The small balls have differently textured surfaces and can be removed and used separately.

    $15.60
  • Sensory Bookmark – a cool tactile fidget for home, school, work, or anywhere in between.

    As a “bookmark,” it discreetly fits in with the rest of your desk items without specifically standing out as a sensory tool.  Run your fingertips across 4 different textured sections – small bumps, larger bumps, straight lines, and diagonal lines.  The lines have a more mild feel while the bumps have a more pronounced feel for different levels of tactile input.

    $12.00
  • This set comprises of 10 textured circular disks made from ultra-soft flexible silicone – 5 large and 5 small. On the surface of each circle is a pattern which is distinctive and different from the rest of the set. Children can feel these textures and discover their differences: by placing the small circles into the feely bag provided, they can see if they can describe or predict the pattern they are feeling; or by using their feet they can walk over the large sensory circles to see if they can tell them apart. Linking the small and the large sensory circles via touch is great fun too, with or without a blindfold.

    $50.00
  • Transparent green silicone numbers which are strong, soft and pliable and can be used in everyday play – in the sand pit, on the floor, on a light panel and in water. In a school friendly font they are useful for demonstration purposes, for display or for children to use themselves. Ideal for pre-schools, nurseries and primary schools, the sets are easily cleaned after use in soapy water or in a dishwasher.

    $10.00
  • Transparent yellow silicone numbers which are strong, soft and pliable and can be used in everyday play – in the sand pit, on the floor, on a light panel and in water. In a school friendly font they are useful for demonstration purposes, for display or for children to use themselves. Ideal for pre-schools, nurseries and primary schools, the sets are easily cleaned after use in soapy water or in a dishwasher.

    Supports the following areas of learning:

    • Maths – number
    • Understanding the World – colour
    • Personal Development – sensory
    • Physical Development – motor skills
    $15.00
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