This sensory wall toy is in the shape of a cute bear head that looks lovely on the wall and gives a great invite to play. We have a range of wall toys with the same bear head design that would look great side by side.
To play this sensory wall toy you must turn the discs to get amazing visual effects, different patterns will be seen at different rotation speeds.
The sensory wall toy fixes neatly to the wall so it doesn't take up lots of space so ideal for schools and nurseries and promotes standing up play or if you wanted to promote sitting up you could secure it lower down on the wall.
The Black & White Spinning Points Wooden Wall toy is a great addition to a sensory wall.
This Black & White Spinning Points Sensory Wooden Wall Toy is designed to exercise children's visual skills, hand-eye coordination and logical thinking.
This sensory wall toy is also really useful in an area where queuing is necessary - avoids boredom and keeps children focused! The sensory wall toy provides tactile (touch) sensory input to children’s fingers and hands and allows children to explore in a fun, independent way. A sensory wall toy also brightens up a wall and helps to engage children through play.
Sensory Wall Toy Product Information
- Size: 300 x 300 x 24 mm
- Recommended age: 18 months +
Activity Wall Safety
It's made with non-toxic paints & inks and comply with EN71 & ASTM toy standards.
Sensory Wall Toy Benefits
Sensory wall toys can be very beneficial for children with Autism and/or ADHD as they can provide a sense of calm and help children to focus and self-regulate their behaviour as well as improving visual, auditory and tactile sensory processing skills. Most sensory wall panels autism also help develop fine motor skills and can increase cognitive development.
Sensory wall toys can be used to help create a multi-sensory environment as many children with developmental delay, Autism, ADHD can have issues with sensory integration which means that they may have difficulty in making connections between their tactile, Proprioceptive and vestibular sensory systems. So the brain may react differently with sensory input by having problems integrating or organising new information appropriately.
Sensory wall panels add value to play as they can facilitate social interaction as children can play with their peers, taking turns and problem solving together or also independently or with a 1 to1 help. They are often appealing to children and can help to invite children to come and play as they are often colourful and engaging and attract children's attention. Many sensory wall panels also help children to understand cause and effect and can stimulate imaginative play so children can understand how to process their emotions in a healthy way.