Sensory balls are particularly suitable for coordinating movements and training the connection between the eye and the hand. They also sharpen the sense of touch and fine motor skills when the eyes are closed. For these reasons, sensory balls are particularly suitable for toddlers, children and seniors, but everyone else can enjoy them too. Young and old train several senses and abilities in playful use of the motor skills toy.
Sensory balls for all the senses
The range of sensory balls is very large. They are available with faces that show different facial expressions. With the so-called emotion balls you can explore your own emotional world and that of other people. The grimaces are automatically copied to everyone's delight. Other sensory balls, also called gripping balls, have very differently structured surfaces made of various materials or holes, which stimulate the sense of touch. Some balls only consist of spirals and are not easy to grip. Since catching is not easy either, it stimulates curiosity and at the same time trains coordination and tactile perception.
Care instructions for sensory balls
Many sensory balls have a coating made of elephant skin, which gives the ball a pleasant feel. The non-slip surface is permanently elastic, non-toxic and gives the ball a long service life. Furthermore, these surfaces are very easy to hygienically wash, clean and disinfect with commercially available cleaning agents.
Variety of sensory balls
Sensory balls are available in a wide variety of color contrasts and sizes. It is advisable to always have several types of ball in stock to stimulate different tactile stimuli in order to bring variety to the daily game.