Q: What chronological age and what social emotional age is this box for?Asked by Molly J., March 2020
Sensory TheraPLAY Box is geared for children ages 5-9. We also have a single purchase box for young toddlers and a teen/ adult sensory box as well. If you have any other questions, please reach out to us anytime!
Q: What are the dimensions of the box? Would like to know if it will fit in my mailbox, before ordering. Thanks! Asked by Sara S., December 2020
Hi Sara, thank you for your question and for your interest in Sensory TheraPLAY Box! The dimensions are 13x9x4. If you have any other questions, please let us know.
Q: Will there ever be an option for a box geared towards older people? Asked by Savannah J., September 2019
Hi Savannah, Yes, we are currently in the process of launching a teen/ adult sensory box! Visit our website to leave your email address to receive updates and to be the first to know when we open! If you have any other questions, please let us know!
Q: My grandson has advanced autism, ges is 2. He does 40 hour therapy weeks. Im looking for a box to try, maybe pr, to promotes and for gavin to enjoy Asked by Stephanie A., June 2019
The stuff in my box was for older kids mostly. My son just turned four but is delayed by a couple of years developmentally and he could only use 2-3 of the items. In the end, I cancelled because it wasnt worth it for us.
The boxes that I received also had a mix for younger and older children. Eventually, my son grew disinterested so that's why we canceled but overall the boxes were quite impressive.
We had a completely different experience . Some of the items were geared towards older kids but I felt had a healthy mix for box . I used in a Sunday school setting for a variety of ages and was beyond wonderful ! We love these boxes
We received our special extra box and my kids loved it. Unfortunately I had to cut some putty out of hair but the rest of the toys where a hit. We're looking forward to May's box.
A missed opportunity. While my kids enjoyed their box.... it could have been much better for the price. We got slimy slugs that stain carpets and my kids LOST THEM immediately. A rattle egg. Some kind of craft that involved a more colorful version of Gerber baby puff snacks. It was sticky and tedious and my kids lost interest. That was the "big toy" for this month.. bust. They really really enjoyed the Ramen noodles. The rest of the toys where just a few minutes of interest and then they where tossed aside. Overall this box could have been really cool. Especially for the price. I wouldn't expect to pay more than $20 for the content of our last box. I guess we shall see what we get in the next box. I will update my review.
**UPDATE**upon reading my review the owners reached out to me apologizing that my kids weren't super stoked on their box this month. They went ahead and sent some extra toys for my kids. We haven't gotten the box yet but I felt I needed to mention the above and beyond customer service.
Perfect for autistic children,
So fun! Many more items in the box than I expected. I have been buying sensory items for my kids for many years and this box surprised me with products I’ve never seen on store shelves.
The whole family loves getting this box every month and it's the only box we keep pulling out the items and activities and play with them well after the box is received. Great box, thanks.
Great selection of items that are currently appropriate and others that will be once the others are exhausted. Good value.
Loved it all!
The items were good quality, but they didn't hold my child's attention for very long.
So my 7 year old was so excited for fidget toys and sensory play toys. Which really may have been my fault as I explained that’s what was coming. The January box did not have but one small dinosaur fidget. I am a kindergarten teacher and though I know I can use what came in the crate and I think the items are great. She did not and was disappointed. Quality of stuff was great!
I received my first box this week and it did have several engaging toys for children with autism. One of my concerns with my sensory box's items is that the box was not worth the $51.00 (with shipping) I paid for it. I truly love the idea and the toys, but not the cost.
I expected more from this box. Its not bad and probably at retail value, maybe a little under. But it was just very underwhelming. I'm going to give it another shot next month, and hope it was just an "off" month for them. Also, if you only have one child don't expect all the items to be in their age range...its better for a group of children across different ages. I've also watched several videos on this box before buying it and it looks like they send similar and even the same things quite frequently. Here's to hoping next month is better.
What was inside? Fingerprint Animals Activity Book, Cloud Putty, Rainbow Clay 24-pack, Spike tactile pencil gripper, dinosaur squishimal, and stretchy mice and cheese hand fidget.
What was inside? Sensory Squigglet, Squishy Morph Fish, Educational Insights Playfoam Putty, Mega Stretch Lizard, Scented 'Smencil,' Zongo fidget ball, and Usborne I Can Draw Animals Activity Book.
What was inside? Heads Talk Tails Walk Game, Unworry Magic Painting Book, SnowWonder, Wikki Stix, Baby Dino Snapper Finger Puppet, and Mad Mattr Brick Maker Kit.
What's Inside? -Scribble Scrubbie Pets -Scrub Bugs -Moon Explorers hand fidget -Nee Doh squishy stress ball -Jeliku puzzle -Visual Timer
Our July Box had Educational Insights Pancake Pile-Up Relay Game, stretchy caterpillar, tactile tiger brush, spaghetti ball, Sommerfly wristful fidget and two mini rainforest frogs inside!
Our July Box included the Find It! Game, smiley face stress ball, squishimals tactile lizard, spin cube, and party puppies fidget with removable "costumes"
Spiky tactile glove, Handee Band resistance band + exercise cards, Yogibo koala stress ball, avocado squeezy keychain fidget, ooze dribbler for visual stimulation, Usborne magic painting workbook and scented "smickers"!
The February Box included Eeboo tactile Hand Me a Candy game, Playfoam dragon, Mad Mattr, stretch Dinosaurs, Sqwooz stress ball, Spike textured pencil topper, and a Scentco scented pencil!
The December Sensory TheraPLAY Box will have Usborne Winter Wonderland Sticker Book, Boi, Crunchy Snow Ball, Un-Blocks by Speks, Melting Snowman and a Squishy Ball Bracelet inside!
The June box featured a Magnatab, SloFlo, OctoInk Slime Sucker, Cool Cats Nee Dough Squishy Ball, spiky massage ball, and atomic twist hand fidget!
The July box featured Senseez vibrating pillow, (vibrates when hugged or squeezed!) Mox ball, inside out ball, penguin liquid snow dome, turtle squishimal, and Abilitations finger squash it.