Calm Kit
Calm Kit
Calm Kit
Calm Kit
Calm Kit
Calm Kit
Calm Kit
Calm Kit
Calm Kit

Calm Kit

Regular price $28.00 Sale

Learning to identify feelings, regulate them, and process sensory input is an important skill for people to develop. It can be especially difficult for those with sensory processing difficulties, ADHD, anger issues, on the autism spectrum, or anyone feeling overwhelmed in a moment of tough emotions. This kit is filled with tools, toys, and activities specifically chosen to help calm emotions, regulate thinking processes, and relax physically.

This calm kit is great for time outs, calming down, taking a break, or boredom buster. Add this kit to your sensory space or calm down corner to help children (or adults) learn to regulate their feelings and break out of inappropriate patterns of behavior. Great for classroom use! Keep a kit in the car for emergency situations or unexpected delays in traffic or at appointments.

A set of our Calm Cards is included. This set of 14 cards includes over 30 activities and ideas to help with self-regulation. Many activities correspond to the kit contents and include deep breathing exercises, grounding activities, stress relief, movement, and more. (Calm Cards can be purchased separately here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/712888249/calm-cards)

Case included. Colors will vary from those in pictures. Contents include: Parent recommendation sheet, Calm Cards Set, microfiber glove, marble maze, bubble wrap, medium hand sock, water beads squish panel, pinwheel, bubbles, blow hoop game, spike ball, stress ball, click fidget, putty, jump rope, water bottle, notebook, and scented pencil.

Use with supervision. Not for children under 4 years old.

Use suggestion: When first receiving your kit, go through the contents with your child(ren). Show them appropriate ways to use the items and talk about which activities may be best for their needs. Provide supervision with all contents until you are sure they can be used in an appropriate manner. Ideally, your child will learn to use the tools independently before they become upset to deescalate situations.