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Lucy I got 2 of those balls from sainsbury quite cheap in the summer- maybe worth a try. The fish lamp I got is great for a sensory corner (unless you can get a proper one funded!Smile). Also you can borrow sensory things from Cerebra if you join & test them first. http://www.cerebra.org.uk/
Here are some of my links for lights and toys too. Ikea is also quite good for cheap sensory room bits.
http://www.sensorytoystore.com/index.php?c=sensory6&x=Proprioception
http://www.thinkingtoys.ie/index.php/cPath/48
http://www.altereglow.co.uk/subcat.php?catid=4&subcatid=19
http://www.electricplanet.co.uk/product/24/19/Fibre-Optic-Pen
http://www.theglowcompany.co.uk/acatalog/LAVA_LAMPS.html
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(10-24-2009, 08:40 PM)bessie Wrote: Lucy I got 2 of those balls from sainsbury quite cheap in the summer- maybe worth a try. The fish lamp I got is great for a sensory corner (unless you can get a proper one funded!Smile). Also you can borrow sensory things from Cerebra if you join & test them first. http://www.cerebra.org.uk/
Here are some of my links for lights and toys too. Ikea is also quite good for cheap sensory room bits.
http://www.sensorytoystore.com/index.php?c=sensory6&x=Proprioception
http://www.thinkingtoys.ie/index.php/cPath/48
http://www.altereglow.co.uk/subcat.php?catid=4&subcatid=19
http://www.electricplanet.co.uk/product/24/19/Fibre-Optic-Pen
http://www.theglowcompany.co.uk/acatalog/LAVA_LAMPS.html

Well done Bessie - found a laser pod my son wants on one of those links x
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I JOINED CEREBRA TONIGHT SO THANKS
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Also, just another thought on the tree front, you can also get pre-lit wall mounted trees so they would be off the flour and out of reach of your children!? Confused

Lucy xx
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im not sure she will do it this year - she seems to have given up licking and biting things. before everything was put in her mouth, she is in the phase of biting other children after a child bit her, she remembers it and then she bites people in the exactly the same spot where she was bitten.

im not getting any dolls this year as she is never going to be bothered with them - she just pokes them in the eyes. but small world toys might be good. the speech threapist came with a small swings and park set which she loved setting up and spinning and she said 'it's raining'. the night before we had been to the park and it was raining a little - and i had said to her 'it's raining'.

im getting her a mix of sensory toys and small world toys, and some jigsaws that she loves doing.


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