Farm themed sensory kit
This variant is currently sold out
Farm animal and barn themed sensory kit. This kit is so much fun for little hands and minds! Every kit comes personalized! And you can customize your kit in several ways.
You can purchase the themed kit that includes:
* 4 cups of filler - shown organic split pea
* Personalized wood name
* A mix of themed toys and building parts (pieces vary by kit)
You can also purchase the kit WITH the tray! And even better, the tray can be personalized at no extra charge. So when you put the sensory kit away the tray can still be used for other activities, a different sensory kit, display, play or really cute storage! The tray has a 2.5" inside depth to allow for some great scooping while keeping your filler inside the tray.
Our trays come in 2 sizes:
12" tray and kit comes with 4 cups of filler
15" tray and kit comes with 6 cups of filler
TO PERSONALIZE YOUR TRAY OR KIT, PLEASE LEAVE THE NAME IN THE PERSONALIZATION BOX.
Last but not least you can purchase just the filler to add to an existing kit or start one of your own. Here is the link to our filler options:
Besides being fun and calming, sensory kits have SO MANY BENEFITS to your child's growing mind and body.
Benefits of sensory play include
* development of language
* cognitive growth
* fine and gross motor skills
* problem solving and scientific thinking skills
* engaging many senses at once
And it aids the child's development in physical skills such as shaping, splashing, scooping, or molding that may require many different muscles to work together at once.
As with all children's products, adult supervision is required. Products that contain small parts may pose a choking hazard and should not be used by children under 3.
There should only be 2 rules for sensory kit play 1. No eating the kits 2. No dumping the kits. Just like with every skill a child learns, sensory bin play should be taught. They will pick it up very quickly, don't worry. But be proactive to show them the best play practices. We also suggest having a large towel or mat down under the tray for quick clean up and to set a boundary for the sensory play.