With darkness falling earlier and earlier, we need a dazzling light show to lighten our spirits. Fantastic Two-Headed Light Show does that and more. Spinning, bright colored lights in ever changing patterns attract our attention. Captivated by the dual displays, we watch the show and feel our tension slip away. We’re lighter in spirit, more joyful. Other light up toys that also enthrall are Meteor Storm, Mini Meteor Storm, and Light Show Stick.
Because light up toys are spellbinding, Fantastic Two-Headed Light Show, Meteor Storm, Mini Meteor Storm, and Light Show Stick are so enthralling that a child in the midst of a full blown meltdown may turn his attention to an amazing light show and stop acting out. In this case, the light up toy helps restore calm and supports self regulation. Meltdowns can often be prevented by providing a light up toy to a kiddo who’s struggling with self-control. “An ounce of prevention,” as the saying goes, “is worth a pound of cure.”
In another setting, they make ideal distraction toys. Consider Meteor Storm. In a therapeutic setting, it draws a child’s focus away from a frightening situation. Child life specialists use light up toys to distract children undergoing simple medical procedures, such as a blood draw or inserting an intravenous drip line. Instead of the child freaking out, she becomes mesmerized by concentric circles of changing lights spinning inside a globe. Before the fascination wears off, the procedure is finished, and the child is too spellbound to notice. Such therapeutic distraction reduces patient and parent distress, improves patients’ coping skills and ability to cooperate, and makes the procedure go more smoothly.
Visual Tracking Assessment
Vision specialists use Meteor Storm to assess visual tracking in children who are blind and visually impaired. Those with low vision delight in holding one close to their faces, watching the bright colored lights spin while listening to the hum and feeling the mild vibration the spinning creates. Teachers frequently motivate students by setting aside time to play with a Meteor Storm once a task is finished.
Fine Motor Development
These light up toys develop fine motor skills. In addition to grasping and holding the toys, children must press and hold the switch that starts the light show. This means the child must pay attention to what he’s doing or the lights literally go out. Fantastic Two-Headed Light Show is the most accessible of the light up toys as grasping the toy around the middle is usually enough to start the show. The on-switch is wider and overall much larger than those on the other light up toys which require thumb pressure to activate.
Gross Motor Development
Lazer Fingers, lights with elastic bands for wearing on the fingers brighten up ceiling and walls as fingers dance and arms circle and swing. Getting a move on—dancing and prancing—takes the Lazer Fingers experience to new heights. To take it to the max, add music for a multi-sensory experience.
Added Safety On Halloween
Visibility is vital to safety as children go trick or treating. These light up toys make children easier for motorists to see in the dark. And add unexpected dazzle to the door-to-door trek.
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