Have Fun & Improve Fine Motor Skills with the Tangle Therapy
Warning Choking Hazard: Small parts not suitable for children under five.
What can we say? We love the Tangle Therapy. This fantastic sensory toy was originally designed to help relieve stress through smooth repetitive twisting. Testers found the Tangle Therapy helped reduce stress and test subjects loved it. The Tangle Therapy’s sensory friendly soft rubber coating and raised tactile bumps feel great and people of all ages enjoy holding and moving it.
Research has shown the Tangle Therapy's size and range of motion also encourages fine motor development. Through extensive testing, the Tangle Therapy now maximizes hand, joint and muscle motion while still alleviating stress.
The Tangle Therapy is truly an incredible stress reducer and fantastic sensory toy!
Small part hazard not recommended for children under the age of six.
Not durable, October 8, 2013
Posted By: Jeanne
My son tore this apart the very next day, there is a plug type prong that connects the sections, they snap, breaking the plug off, which makes the tangle therapy useless. No good.
This is an amazing object--I don't want to call it a toy because all of the adults in the family love it as much as the children. It was purchased as a gift for our granddaughter who has oral defensiveness. She carries this around with her and chews on it, but also manipulates it, and keeps it close at hand. The texture and the possibilities of movement make it a great stress reliever for all of us "groown-ups"!!!
Ive been looking for this! My son had one in Kindergarten (now in 3rdgrade), it really helped him fulfill his chewing needs as well his sensory need. He was able to concentrate on what was being said in class, while fidgeting. I recommend to anyone with an autistic child.. or even just a fidgety child.
Absolutely LOVE them. The tecture is great, biteable and stimulating to hold/fidget. We purchased two sets for added size of the ring when connected. The snaps hold together well and have a good pop when snapped together or pulled apart. (not sure if they recommend this as a chew toy but sometimes, bites happen! better the toy than an arm).