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Calendar December 8, 2017 12/08/17 AuthorBy Subscription Box Mom Comments 0 Comments 0

Sensory TheraPlay Box November 2017 Review + Coupon

Sensory TheraPlay Box November 2017 Review. Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links.  I received this box for review.

Sensory TheraPlay Box November 2017 Review

Sensory TheraPlay Box November 2017 Review

Sensory TheraPlay Box is a subscription box filled with sensory toys for kids.  Boxes are $39.95/month and come with 5-8 sensory toys/ items in each box. Items are designed for kids on the autism spectrum or who have sensory processing needs.  Items are chosen to encourage the development of important sensory motor skills and are calming/ therapeutic. All items are selected by an Occupational Therapist, so you know the toys will be appropriate!

The Details

Cost: $39.95/month

Coupon: Use the coupon welcome to save 10%.

What's in the box? Each box contains 4-6 items chosen to encourage the development of important sensory motor skills and are calming/ therapeutic.

Theraplay Box

Everything ships in a giant purple box.

First Look

First Look.

Information Card

The information card is really detailed.  Sensory TheraPlay Box includes all kinds of information about the product, how to use it and how it will help your child.


Playfoam Go!  $12.59 This little plastic suitcase contains 8 blocks of play foam, 9 compartments and 4 shape molds at the top of the suitcase. Play foam is much neater than playdoh, which my 5 year old loves.  Children can use this to calm down or manage stress.  The manipulation of the play foam is great for sensory play.


Stretchy Dough Ball $2.99 What a fun ball! This is a very squishy ball that you can also squish and stretch. This is a quiet toy that is calming, perfect for situations where kids have to be quiet.

Sensory Stixx

Sensory Stixx $7.99 This was one of my favorite items in the box.  This spiky fidget is great for tactile stimulation. This can be rolled between your hands or up and down your arms. My son loved having this rolled over his arms and legs. It's a very relaxing toy.

Peacemakers Cards

Peacemakers Cards $24.00 This deck of cards is filled with colorful cards to help communicate with children about their emotions.  The cards have positive affirmations, and are presented in a cute way. It's often hard for small children to communicated about their feelings. These cards are a great way to help kids navigate their emotions.

Peacemakers Cards

There was a fold out card with directions on how to use the cards.

Peacemakers Cards

This is a look at the cards. I love all the bright colors of the cards, very inviting for children.

Rainbow Head MassagerRainbow Head Massager

Rainbow Head Massager $4.95 This head massager is a bit smaller, so it's perfect for children. Sensory Theraplay stressed that this should not be used on children without adult using it. It is made with fun rainbow colors and is designed to help message your child's head.

Froggy SquishimalFroggy Squishimal

Froggy Squishimal $7.58 This frog reminds of a reptile that was in a past box. This is a very squishy frog, but it does have some weight to it. You can squish it, stretch it or play with it. The frog is filled with tiny beads, so it makes a cool sound when you squeeze it.


Final Thought: This box had a total value of $60.10. This is my 5 year old's favorite box. He already was given a few of the items to play with, but I saved the play foam and the ball back for Christmas. You can use the coupon welcome to save 10% on your subscription.

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This entry was posted in Children Subscriptions, Sensory TheraPlay Box, Subscription Box Reviews and tagged: on Friday, December 8th, 2017 by Subscription Box Mom

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