These Globbles are an interesting Tactile Sensory Processing item! They are very sticky, and even stick to each other well! Kids can squeeze, poke, smash them and experience a unique type of texture when using them! For smaller kids, use with caution and/or adult supervision.
These Crayon Rocks are great for encouraging kids to use their fingertips and thumb to grasp the crayons, and practice their Fine Motor skills! (Not for use with kids under 3 due to choking hazard!)
Drawing on a vertical surface has many great benefits for fine motor coordination. Kids can also practice standing in one place and reaching the entire board – and crossing midline when reaching with each hand!
These mats are great for 0-6 months age range. You can use them for gross motor, fine motor, vision, cognitive, and language skills.
On this show I discuss the different types of brachial plexus injuries, what the brachial plexus is, and how the injuries can affect babies and toddlers.
Research Article: Kinesio Arm Taping as Prophylaxis Against the development of Erb’s Engram.
“Kinesio arm taping as prophylaxis against the development of Erb’s Engram.” Kinesio arm taping as prophylaxis against the development of Erb’s Engram – ScienceDirect, www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2090123212000641. Accessed 6 Sept. 2017.
Radwa S. ElKhatib. Emam H. ElNegmy. Amina H. Salem. AbdelAziz A. Sherief
These little wooden blocks are the perfect size for toddlers! They can easily hold onto the blocks, and build towers, trains, or whatever else they can think of! The letters and pictures on the sides are great for encouraging language development as well!