So, I love me some Five Below. I find myself browsing their website multiple times a month, looking for new items.
If you are not familiar with Five Below, they are a budget friendly store, and their prices stay Five dollars or below. They do have products that are in their “Five beyond” section, but usually it’s worth the price.
I love looking at their new inventory they get in stock and recently saw that they have sensory toys.
Sensory toys help children that have sensory issues, hand control problems, and kids that fidget a lot.
Now, I’m not showing you fidget poppers, because, honestly, you can get them for $1.25 at the Dollar Tree.
So, here are the great sensory toys I found at Five Below.
This gravity sand rainbow set looks like so much fun, I would enjoy this as an adult. For my daughter with Cerebral Palsy, this helps with hand control and gaining strength in her hands and arms. I think this would be a great sensory activity for any child.
Sensory Toy Bin with Sand and Water Beads
This is so cool! Any special needs mom has seen their special kiddos play with bins similar to these at therapy sessions.
There is different themes you can choose from. The one in the picture is Dinosaurs but they have other options. Online they were sold out of the other ones, but I know at the Waco, Texas location, they had a bunch of them on the wall.
These would be great for hand control, or just to keep them busy for a little while.
Zen Garden Sensory Tub
So, this one might be better for older kids or teenagers. There is a choking hazard warning about the small parts.
I could see my Ciara having fun creating a Zen Garden and also getting therapy in her hands at the same time.
Pair this with some calming music, and maybe, mom gets some zen relax time as well.
Pug in a Mug Sensory Toy
How cute is this?? This would be a great calming tool, or a long grocery line toy.
It not only strengthens little hands, but surprises them with a cute little pug as they squeeze the toy.
Okay, so I’m not sure what this toy does, but it looks cool. If you have this toy or if you purchase this toy, please leave me a comment, I would love to know what it does for sensory.
Sensory Palm Popz
These palm popz are new to me, I have never seen these type of fidget toys.
My son has ADHD and he loves fidget toys! I am excited to get him one to try.
Sensory Fidget Cube
This fidget cube would be great for adults as well as kids. I know for me ,personally, I fidget when I am nervous. So this would be a great calming toy for anxiety.
Of course, there is a lot more, I just shared some of my favorite sensory toys.
I am not an affiliate for Five Below, this post is only to share sensory friendly toys with other moms. I hope you enjoyed my post!