Busy Box Child Sensory Play Kits
Hands-on tools for children to explore their world through their senses.
Sensory play activities calms, focuses, engages, and resets a child.
What Is Sensory Play?
Sensory play is any activity that stimulates children’s senses: touch, smell, taste, sight, and hearing.
Stimulating the senses helps children develop thinking, language, social-emotional, and physical skills.
Through sensory play, children explore, and naturally use scientific processes while they play, investigate, create, and discover new sensations. Sensory play is also linked to supporting early child development. For example, listening to new sounds supports language development, and sorting unique materials, like soft versus hard items, supports fine-motor skill coordination and cognitive development.
Children Need Messy Fun
Many children are not being exposed to sensory play these days, which is why we see an increase in children with sensory processing disorders (SPD). Some children are sensory seekers and crave the excitement and touch of messy play and may try to get this need met using other means if they are not exposed to fun sensory experiences and opportunities regularly.
Learning Through Play
Children can develop many skills through the power of play. Play helps to nurture imagination and give a child a sense of adventure. Through this, they can learn essential skills such as problem-solving, working with others, sharing, and much more. In turn, this helps them develop the ability to concentrate.
Our Kits are carefully designed to engage your child’s senses. They open the door for play and experiential learning, allowing children to explore and experience independent thinking. Parents LOVE our Busy Boxes because they can sit back and relax while their children are having fun. Children LOVE our Busy Boxes because they are fun, colorful, engaging and there is so much to do.
We have 3,6,9 and 12 month options. Every month we send you a brand new kit with extra goodies for our subscribers!
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