Premium Portable Play Therapy Toys Kit
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he Premium Portable Play Therapy Toys Kit is designed for children with sensory processing disorder to play with. "Time to Play" Duffel Bag with removable shoulder strap and 5 zippered compartments. Everything fits inside the duffel and Fold and Go Dollhouse. High-quality items from Melissa and Doug, Folkmanis, Learning Resources and Hape. Diverse People, being Two additional doll families, African American and Caucasian. Directive and non-Directive Play.
Mega militia, six jumbo army men. Nerf brand small dart gun, non-realistic looking. Four pack of Play-Doh for creative expression or aggression release. Black mask with a corded string for easy on, easy off. Emerald play silk, endless uses. Superhero Cape.
Materials: Includes the following.
- Felt food pizza set, packaged inside a cardboard box.
- Cash and Carry wallet with play money.
- Six die-cast cars.
- two play phones, look real but no sounds to spark the imagination.
- Monkey finger puppet from Folkmanis.
- Hedgehog finger puppet from Folkmanis.
- Medical kit, a six-piece set including carrying bag will fit inside the duffel.
- Gumby and Pokey, mini.
- Soft colorful blocks, 102 of them in a tub.
- Small baby doll.
- Aids for Daily Living
- Deaf And Hard of Hearing
- Deaf Blind
- Disability Terms
- Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder
- Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Brain Injury
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Cerebral Palsy
- Cognitive Disabilities
- Communication Disabilities
- Deaf Blind
- Down Syndrome
- Emotional Disabilities
- Fine Motor Disabilities
- Grasping Disabilities
- Learning Disabilities
- Mobility Disabilities
- Neurological Disabilities
- Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)
- Speech Disabilities
- Spinal Cord Injury
- Sensory Processing Disorder
- Upper Extremity Disabilities
- Environmental Adaptations
- Therapeutic Aids