Find It! is a closed ended clear tube filled with multi-colored pellets and forty small objects “hidden” among them. The hidden items are related to the tube’s central theme (Dinos, At the Beach, Glitz & Glamour, Discover America, Pirates, Starry Night, Kids, Wildlife, Mythical Creatures, Made in Washington, Eww Gross, and Original), and are listed on the tube end cap. Players shake, roll and twist the tube to uncover and identify the objects.
The Lumi-Niter Disc Kit includes a flying disc that can soar through the air, but it stands out with its bright colors and ability to glow in the dark. Each flying disc features a bright color--the Discs can be purchased in raspberry, yellow, green, orange, or white—that can make it more visible to the human eye. When the lights start to dim, visibility can brighten up using the 4 glow stick slots on every disk. Just crack the glowsticks to activate them and slip them into the slots to watch it streak across the night sky.
This social card game for 2-6 people will have kids making faces until all the cards are gone. Children arrange themselves in a circle and have to collect as many sets of three matching cards as possible, but it is how they get the cards that makes this such an engaging card game. There are 11 sets of three matching cards, and depicted on the different sets are a variety of facial expressions. In order to get a needed card from another player, children have to act out the card they need by mimicking the facial expression depicted on the card.
The Ready Set Go Superhero Play Therapy Bears are plush friends who help children overcome feelings and emotions. Bright in color and soft to the touch, each bear is complete with clothing and accessories to enhance the learning experience. The bears use the “Ready Set Go” system, which represents the following: get ready to overcome your fears, set your goals high, and go out there and be the best you can be. The bears come in two models: Brian and Brianna, as well as superhero versions of the bears.
Calming Clipper Haircutting Kit for Sensory Sensitivity can be a solution for kids who struggle with the sensory stimulation of getting a haircut. The 10 piece kit includes the patented and easy to grip scissors, 7 different comb attachments for different lengths, a comb organizer, and a barber cape to keep the hair off of the child. The Calming Clipper comes in right-handed and left-handed models. To best cut hair, the Calming Clipper has an upper blade to cut, with the lower blade serrated to grip the hair.
How long can you keep the ball going? Rolling 4 Fun promotes problem solving as kids guide the small ball along the tracks. There are four different routes to expand play and create challenges for kids to advance engagement with the toy. Rolling 4 Fun encourages fine motor skills, speech and language along with cognitive development with the variety of ways to play.
Relish the Moment is a game full of games. Inside the relish bottle includes a deck of cards with pass cards, action cards, and question cards. The point of this group card game is to be the one with the most pass cards by the time the deck runs out. Win an action card game and receive a pass card. The action cards include 13 common childhood games that will get kids interacting with one another such as 20 questions and a rhyming challenge.
Catch Up is a card game that revolves around getting to know one another. Played by a minimum of two players, the point of the game is simply to roll the die and get through the entire deck of cards, while answering the question prompts along the way. The die dictates which questions get asked with the options of easy, hard, all, or choose.
“Maya Makes a Friend” is an illustrated book where a young girl has an afternoon at the park learning lessons of friendship, inclusion, and accepting others who are different than herself. This book teaches kids of all abilities about others and provides a platform for conversation with caregivers about being kind and respectful to everyone. “Maya Makes a Friend” stems from a collection of books that written specifically about disabilities that can be personalized for each individual.
Color Clash is a game of matching colored tiles, but it is not so simple…each of the 36 Color Clash tiles has 3 attributes: a picture of a differently colored chameleon, a word that refers to a specific color, and a color that the word is written in. This is a game of visual perception and speed that challenges your mind to recognize the color a word is written in when it spells another color, also known as the “Stroop Effect.” Color Clash includes 8 variations of game play in the instruction booklet for a plethora of play value.