A set of 6 reflective mirror balls that look identical but some wobble when rolled, or turn and won’t roll in a straight line, some feel funny when twisted, spun or shaken, and others make different shaker or rattle sounds. The shiny mirror surface provides a distorted fish-eye lens reflection. Very robust, light weight, smooth and tactile to
Size: 100mm. Suitable from birth.
Brightly coloured spaghetti bouncy ball. Pocked sized so ideal as a fidget toy too. Size 40mm diameter.
8cm Diameter. Colours may vary.
A variety of colours and fruit scents. Diameter approx 10cm.
A set of 6 shapes each in a different vibrant colour. With a stimulating and sensory surface these squeezable sensory shapes are fun to handle and explore. Each chunky shape has rounded nubs on all sides and is made of flexible plastic that’s easier to grip!
Tallest piece is 10cm.
This is a fun and smiley ball made up of 12 smiley faced balls. Bounce it and see it fly off in all directions.
A sensory ball with a bell encased in side the flexible foam and plastic strips.
A rubbery ball with tentacles and smiley face.
Colours may vary.
A set of 6 individually coloured air filled balls each with a distinctive surface offering a different tactile experience. Each ball squeaks when squeezed. Ideal for sensory exploration, catching, rolling and pattern making in sand.
Size 110mm Diameter.
A fun rubbery ball made up of interwoven links - squeeze, bounce, roll and catch.
Ideal for sensory play
A set of 6 emotions balls. Use these balls in games and actvities to encourage children to express themselves.
Ideal for group or one to work with throwing and catching or rolling activities. The balls show the following emotions - happy, angry, sad, amazed, excited and frightened.
Please note the balls arrive flat and will need to be inflated.
Each ball is about 14-15cm (6") in diameter .
A single senso dot ball which consisting of two colours. Its knobbly surface makes it ideal for sensory play, fun and therapy.
Diameter measures 18cm.
A fabulous sensory toy! The O Ball is ideal for children with special needs. It is a bendy ball 4" in diameter full of finger holes that is incredibly easy to catch, captivating to hold, and safe to throw. It is shiny, smooth, flexible, durable and virtually Indestructible — O ball is the ideal ball in every situation.
Our best selling toy at Islington Special Needs Show and Disabled Living Kidz Up North Show!! Age: Birth upwards
This unusual ball is both like a snow globe and a bouncy ball. It contains multi-coloured beads suspended in clear liquid which move around as the ball is rolled or bounced. A lovely sensory and visual experience for children.
These Koosh balls are easy to catch, tactile and colourful.
Perfect fiddle toy or addition to sensory box. 8cm in diameter. Assorted colours.
A wonderful squishy tactile ball inside a mesh net. When the squishy ball is squeezed, smaller 'grape' shapes of differing sizes appear through the mesh which can then be pushed back into the ball. These sensory toys give children a great tactile experience. Squishy mesh balls are fascinating to feel and explore again and again.
These 4 small textured sensory balls are an ideal toy for simple games and sensory tactile play. Each sensory ball measures 8cm in diameter. Children will love these tactile and tickly balls. Sensory balls are ideal for encouraging early co-ordination and ball handling because of their unusual texture. They are also useful for children learning basic colours.
A 9" squidgey ball with a shimmery finish and an easy-grip texture which makes it easier to catch. Its light and soft so its ideal for indoor play. Simply inflate with the straw supplied and deflate after use. Playing with a ball is a great way of helping a child's communicative skills such as looking, eye contact, anticipation and waiting his turn.
Medium sized textured sensory ball is an ideal toy for simple games. The sensory ball is 16cm in diameter and gives a wonderful tactile experience. These sensory toys encourage gross motor skills development and delight children as they anticipate the tactile experience.