Holiday Gifts for a Pandemic
With a long winter ahead, creative gifts that direct energy, grab imaginations, and keep us all moving will be essential. Here are ideas for keeping minds and bodies active.
Good to go with these water fine motor scoops. Helps improve kids’ hand-eye coordination, color recognition, counting skills, and more. Also, helps to release stress and become more relaxed.
Adults and children alike work best when activity breaks are taken. “When cooped up at home distance learning, kids can expend loads of energy in limited time and space with this space hopper ball. Bouncing up and down can help diminish restlessness, and the ball could even act as a fidget-friendly seat during Zoom classes. This product comes with an air pump for easy inflation.” (Source: ADDitude inside the ADHD mind)
Building Toys for Holiday Gifts
Building toys are great holiday gifts. They allow kids to construct 3D puzzles that showcase their creativity, build their fine motor skills, and encourage their active experimentation.
The perfect holiday gift for staying active and expending energy. Great for developing motor skills and coordination. Don’t forget knee pads and a helmet!
This body sock is a popular self-soothing tool for children with a sensory processing disorder, autism spectrum disorder, or frequent sensory overload. The design combats anxiety by allowing kids to relax and feed their sensory needs.
Create privacy and personal space and privacy in your home. The holiday gift of an indoor popup playhouse provides one’s very own space for imaginative play or a much needed personal retreat.
Remote-controlled cars and trucks can entertain for hours.