Visual

Of all our senses, Vision is the thing. Processing visual input takes up vast amounts of the brain, and those with limited vision gain great pleasure from things which they can see. Balance, finger control and the emotional richness of faces all have their root in vision. Such is vision's sensory dominance that we frequently close our eyes to appreciate music.  Spinning things offer a particular fascination, as does the chaotic interior of a bubble column, a flickering flame or a fountain.

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Visual Sensory Backpack

REF: 9VLBP

$49.00

Light Box

REF: 7LBOX

$219.00

Small Light Table

REF: 7SMLT

$439.00

Light Learning Letters

REF: 7LULL

$69.00

Light Learning Numbers and Math Signs

REF: 7LLNM

$59.00

Crystal Color Stacking Blocks

REF: 7CCSB

$19.00

Translucent Geometric Shapes

REF: 7TRGS

$39.00

Letter Jewels

REF: 7RBLT

$16.00

See Through Big Buttons

REF: 7STBB

$10.00

Gel Tiles

REF: 6GELTUS

$59.00

View-Thru Geometric Solids

REF: 7VTGS

$19.00

Ultra Slim LED Light Panel

REF: 7USLP

$179.00

Sensory Mood Light Cube

REF: 7SMLC

$129.00

Sensory Mood Egg

REF: 7SMEG

$109.00

Sensory Mood Ball

REF: 7SMBL

$109.00

Padded Mirror Tent

REF: 9PMTT

$179.00

Multi-Image Mirror Pentagon

REF: 9MIMP

$199.00

18" Convex Dome Mirror

REF: 9CXDM

$149.00

Vertical/Horizontal Mirror

REF: 9VHMR

$189.00

Large Convex Mirror

REF: 9AMCV

$95.00

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