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If you have heard of sensory play you may think that it is a topic for the kids with sensory disorders. I have featured many books and toys that greatly help and are to be aimed towards children with sensory disorders and as I have read these books and had these items arrive in my home I realized the great benefit sensory bins and books have on all children. My son is 7 and does not have sensory disorders, but he will play and hear the stories that do come home. From stories about being picked on to great books that tackle the subject of kids that may be a tad more sensitive than others has left great impressions with my son. And so I realized the importance of sensory play for every child at any age.
With sensory toys and books, I quickly saw the benefits of learning compassion and patience as well as the educational benefits sensory bins and books bring. My son has had a very strong vocabulary since he was a toddler and I know that access to products that offer imaginative play like sensory bins contributes to that. The Wunderbox Sensory Bin has been a hit since it landed in my house. My son chose the Dinoland and because it is portable he carries it everywhere. He’ll take up and down the stairs and in the RV when camping. When he wants some quiet time, he pulls it out and his imagination soars!
Wunderbox reminds us of the benefits of sensory bins
- Cognition and Problem Solving
- Language Development
- Socio-Emotional Skills
- Fine Motor Skills
- Creativity and Imaginative Play
Wunderbox Sensory Bins will bring this out in your child as they learn to play independently or together and create and imagine a world through the contents of the bin. Wunderbox is a Seattle-based brand and the bins offer visual and tactile stimuli that they will love at any age and ability. The boxes are closable, stackable and leak resistant for easy on-the-go access. It comes with all your child needs to start playing right away. If you need extra pieces from the bin, you can purchase add-ons as well. Vanesa is a parent like all of us who looked long and hard for the right sensory play products for her daughter as she noticed the huge vocabulary surge that sensory play provided her. So the Wunderbox Sensory Bins were born.
One lucky reader will win a Wunderbox Sensory Bin of your choice. Enter below. Open to US and ends on 11/4. Good luck.