Make learning fun with Switch Adapted Toys & Sensory play

Featuring our switch adapted and sensory toys to aid learning

Switch adapted toys and toys that involve sensory play help children to assimilate the world around them.  Making sense of the world is an enormous task for children and even more so for disabled children.  How children make sense of the world eventually will affect how they relate to those around them.

  “Play develops creativity, intellectual competence, emotional strength and stability, and feelings of joy and pleasure.  The habit of being happy”. Piers and Landau

Switch Adapted Toys: Little Miss Chatterbox helps to reinforce learning

Image of a switch adapted toys: Little Miss-Chatterbox

Switch Adapted Toys: Miss-Chatterbox

Little Miss Chatterbox is one of our unique switch adapted toys for disabled children.  She’s ideal if you’re trying to help your child remember essentials such as counting, days of the week and spelling.

Press her hand and get your child to record their 10 second message, her hand will stay red whilst she’s recording.

Repetition is a great technique to teach your child effectively and this switch adapted toy will aid their learning, making it fun and interactive in the process.

Find out more about the switch adapted toy Little Miss Chatterbox.

Sensory Play Toys: Mr Bump engages children

Encouraging our children to use most if not all of their 5 senses during play, enables them to become active learners. Sensory play helps children to develop their emotional, physical and social skills further.

Image of sensory plush toy: Mr-Bump

Sensory Plush Toys: Mr-Bump

Sensory play helps children to create meaning from their experiences and has been linked to cognitive, social and emotional development.

Our sensory toy Mr Bump is made out of plush velvet so it’s lovely to touch, and makes funny crashing noises should he be dropped.

This sensory toy allows the child to have control over what they’re doing and keeps them engaged in something that they find fun.

If you like the sound of Mr Bump then find out more about him. How do your children learn best?

 

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