Make space for calm and comfort
Sensory spaces have never been more necessary. Or more accessible.
We can't keep the stresses of the world away from students, but we can provide them a haven of calm when they need it most. From sensory rooms to classroom corners, find an extensive selection of products and ideas to fit your needs and your budget.
As part of SEL, educators recognize the importance of chill zones within classrooms: quiet spaces available to students who need private moments to relax or a "time in" to calm down, without excluding them from the classroom. They're a key element in creating more inclusive environments that meet the needs of all students.
Early Childhood Corner
Whether you're tight on space or just supporting inclusive practices, this Early Childhood Corner has the just right amount of sensory tools to promote self-regulation and calming.
High School Sensory Corner
Create a quiet respite just right for tweens and teens. This Sensory Corner can be incorporated into a classroom or tucked away in a common area as part of universal design to help support SEL and Trauma informed care practices.
Small Sensory Room
It doesn't take a large space to have a big impact. This small room creates an amazing haven with opportunities for multiple sensory input including touch, sights and sounds.
Kids in motion aren't commotion! Gross motor play areas are important outlets for early childhood and elementary students. To help them "get out the wiggles," offer opportunities for vestibular (movement), tactile (touch) and proprioceptive (heavy work/deep touch pressure) input.
Early Childhood Room
This room offers a sensory rich learning environment with opportunities for touch, sight, sound and more. It's perfect for use with theme-based activities or to support SEL concepts including stress management, communication skills, and social engagement.
Large Sensory Room
This amazing room can become what your students need most. This large space can be controlled to increase or reduce sensory input to help stimulate the senses, foster cause/effect interaction, help promote calm and relaxation and build visual, auditory and communication skills.
Deluxe Sensory Room
Effectively serve different needs in one space with a hybrid approach. This room combines options for gentle movement input to get the wiggles out with deep touch pressure input and visual calmers to help promote optimal self-regulation.