If we said you could develop a learners fine and motor skills, improve hand-eye coordination, and also improve finger strength, would you say we were crazy? Probably, but it's true! Sensory balls have so many great benefits that can be utilized in the classroom setting while also having fun. Students will love the change of pace it provides and teachers will love the different activities that sensory balls can provide!
Children love soft, stimulating, unique textured sensory balls.
Sensory Ball Mega Pack - Set of 4
4 colorful sensory balls in 2 great sizes! Enhance sensory stimulation, gross motor skills, socialization, and visual & perceptual skills! This set of 4 Sensory balls includes 2- 7 inch balls and 2- 4... Read More
The Senso-Dot Sensory Ball by Edushape is a 7â diameter colored nubby ball for fun and therapy.
The Sensory University Resistance Tunnel offers your child a light to medium resistance load as a simple crawl through, and a heavy load if a therapy ball is pushed through ahead of the crawl.... Read More
The game is on! A slam dunk for fun in the tub. A sensory experience that gets kids excited. Three grippy balls in green, orange, and blue are squeezably fun. They swoosh through the hoop and land... Read More
Pop 'n Play Sensory Balls
This is where tactile stimulation meets problem solving, hand-eye coordination, and active gross motor play! The asteroid-shaped red ball houses six colorful little friends. Made of a squeezable... Read More
Wimmer Ferguson Mind-Shapes
Based on research, babies respond best to high contrasts, engaging textures, curious sounds. Wimmer Ferguson Mind-Shapes have best first play in mind! Little children learn a lot from Mind-Shapes.
This Sports Bag Fill and Spill Toy by Melissa & Doug is packed with 4 plush balls that rattle, jingle and crinkle! This clever activity toy helps develop fine motor skills and hand/eye coordination,... Read More
Sensory Ball Collection: Colorful nubby balls for fun & therapy.
This fidget offers its user a hand sized instant sensory stimulation and draws little attention to itself in order to avoid anxiety from onlookers. This "ultimate fidget" appears to be nothing but a... Read More