Sensory Therapeutic Putty is a great product for improving hand strength, dexterity and developing fine motor skills.
Here are 5 Fun Activities that you can use with Sensory Therapeutic Putty:
1️⃣ Hide and Seek. Hide a small toy or object inside the putty for your child to retrieve. Great for exploration, developing fine motor skills and co-ordination.
2️⃣ Rolling snakes; turn this into a game - 'Who can make the longest snake'? Once rolled, you can try forming different shapes. Ideal for building hand strength.
3️⃣ Squeezing. Use the sensory putty to 'squeeze' away any tension and stress, providing deep pressure relief. Great for enabling children to regain focus and calm for the task ahead. Top tip - Keep a tub in your bag for 'on the go' relief.
4️⃣ Create a picture. Using hands roll and smooth out the sensory putty until it's really flat. Create pictures using beads, buttons or small toys. Use a pencil or knitting needle as a tool to make lines. A great activity for developing fine motor skills and dexterity as well as pincer skills.
5️⃣ Stamping. Use stamps or items from around the house, create patterns, shapes and textures in the putty. Not only will this develop fine motor skills, but it can also aid with number, letter and shape association.
Designed to meet a wide range of strengthening needs, putty can be squeezed, stretched, twisted or pinched. Get your Sensory Therapeutic Putty from us today - available in SOFT (yellow), MED/SOFT (red), MEDIUM (green) & FIRM (blue).
5 Fun Activities With Sensory Therapeutic Putty