Captivate babies and children with this pack of 4 silver sensory balls in 4 different sizes. These reflective silver mirror balls provide a stretched version of reality that is distorted like a fish-eye lens giving a view which is other-worldly. Children will be fascinated to see items placed close to the mirrors including their own face enlarged in close-up and the dazzling effects when the balls are placed in close proximity.
Made from hard wearing stainless steel, these beautiful smooth sensory and tactile balls are robustly constructed without being too heavy and therefore can be handled by young children with ease. They can be used indoors or out and provide a focal point for displays. The silver balls provide a colour match with the surroundings which will promote interest and discussion. Great for sensory play and imagination, for observing and understanding the world, for self-awareness, for developing motor skills and hand-eye coordination.
- A pack of 4 captivating sensory silver balls
- 4 different sizes
- Reflective and give a fish eye view and impressive effects
- Brilliant sensory and tactile balls
- Easy to hold and manipulate
- Made from durable stainless steel
- Great for observing the world and for developing self-awareness and imagination
- Ideal for sensory play and develops fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination
- Can be used indoor or outdoor
Product Size: Diameter for each ball 6 cm, 8 cm, 10 cm and 15 cm
Nursery World Awards – HIGHLY COMMENDED
Practical Pre-School Awards – BRONZE
What the testers said:
“Suitable from birth, the Silver Sensory Reflective Balls provide a rich array of opportunities for babies and young children to experience multi-sensory play and engage in creative exploratory play and thinking.
As children roll and move the mirrored spheres, they observe different effects, encouraging them to question and seek explanation for what they see.
“Made from hard wearing stainless steel, the balls range from 60 to 150mm in diameter and can be used inside and out. Teaching assistant Steph Virgo from Weald Community Primary School in Crowborough, East Sussex, says they first used the balls on a sunny day outside and the children were fascinated by their reflective qualities, which lead to discussion about reflection and properties of light.”