POUNDSHOP TOYS. They sell loads of different balls. You could by different sizes and textures. They also sell gel filled balls for example this sponge bob one. Children often like to look at the moving liquid inside.
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They sell loads of different balls. You could by different sizes and textures. They also sell gel filled balls for example this sponge bob one. Children often like to look at the moving liquid inside.
Bubbles are great with most children. Make sure you find out if the child will try to put the liquid in their mouths.
It may be nice for them to have one of these rugs to put their toys on with you, so they know when you are there they can use it as a space to interact/play with you
Baby teething rings if they like to put things in their mouth
Some pet toys may be appropriate, they may have a bell or squeek.
They sell lots of different vehicles and you can also use them for art or in water etc. you can use anything in water balloons other toys etc.
You could make a sensory pompom box, with a shoe box etc or even in a old carrier bag
You could buy different materials from a charity shop and make a sensory book/box out of the different textures
Buy pieces of coloured net/material to hide/play under/ make dens out of
You could cut up lots of pieces of material and thread them on a piece of wool with a needle to make a scruffy pompom.
Collect natural items for a sensory/exploration box
Sorting with numbers/ colours.
Lolly pop art
Making patterns/shapes with lots of them on a table
Always remember to check for allergies and make sure you monitor what they put in their mouth