Many sensory products can be made at home. Like the recipe I shared for peppermint playdough for the holidays. Many parent will make rice bins or bean bins with treasures inside to explore. Shaving cream or pudding play is great for tactile stimulation. There are some great toy options too.
You can roll them between your hands, roll them all over your body or squeeze them. I put this in our church’s sensory boxes and they are great! This may give a child enough input to sit still at school or at home. It’s a great fidget and a toy.
2. Body Sox
They come in many colors and sizes. Pushing against resistance is great tactile input. And it’s fun!
This playset comes with a doghouse, a dog and bones in variety of textures. I can already think of many different games to play with this set. This is on our Christmas list.
4. Jelly BeadZ
Add any plastic toys to the jelly beadz and it is a fun tactile activity.
5. Gonge Tactile Discs
I use these weekly with my students. Such a great product to use with hands a feet.
These will be our stocking stuffers. I bought one for one my kids and after a while everyone played with it. Such an affordable tactile toy!
Also check out my Vestibular Toy Guide