SEP designs toys that help children learn cognitive, motor, sensory and logical thinking skills. To acquire these skills is an important step towards independence in daily life, e.g. for dressing and eventually for scholar activities.
The proceeds from the toy sales will go towards supporting children with special needs from low income families in Kenya.
An attractive animal for many children. This tortoise has different patterns to match on its shell.
How to play: Remove the items from the tortoise’s back and put them back according to the patterns.
Benefits: practicing sensory and fine motor skills.
Age: Starting from 2 years ongoing
Material: Textiles, zip, Velcro. Washable.
A colourful game with items with different textures, can be accompanied by the song: “What’s in the bag?”
How to play: Pick an item from the bag (with looking into it or just by feeling the item) and place it on the corresponding colour on the mat.
Benefits: Stimulates fine motor, sensory, and logical thinking skills. Also an excellent tool to encourage language development.
Age: Starting from 2 years on
Material: Textile mat, textile figures, flat; plastic items, 9 colours, textile bag. Washable.
How to play: Take the puzzle pieces apart and assemble them again using the different closures.
Benefits: Young children learn closures as part of their daily activities.
Age: Kindergarten and early primary school age.
Material: Textile, 9 different pieces, 7 colours; 7 closures: buttons, zips, Velcro, belt, laces, loops, and a pressure button hidden in the mouth. Washable.
How to play: Take an item out of the box and put them on the side according to their form/material and colour.
Benefits: stimulates cognitive and sensory skills.
Material: metal box, scotch, plastic and rubber items, Velcro; 3 colours. Washable.
Order: mail to firstname.lastname@example.org ; phone 0733 267 869