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  1. I need a calming cuddling ball! This is the first time I have seen one. Maybe next year when I can afford one. I have some of the items I see here in my Peace Corner, but I have to replace them every so often because of destructuve little ones. My classroom is a different place since I implemented the Peace Corner in 2018. I am so grateful for my program and instructor, who taught me how to build and use it.

  2. Corina Segovia says:

    How this is so nice!

    1. Sandra, I 🙏 I get to win one of the items, anything will be appreciated. It’s been difficult to log in😪 need 🙏


  3. Tammy Linder says:

    I am new to the littles and struggle to find good sensory tools sometimes. These look like items that the kiddos could use while continuing their learning.

  4. Detalia Thomas says:

    I have some of these items in the class room, but would love the stress balls. We don’t have those.

  5. Kaleigh Williams says:

    These look fantastic. I can see how these would help our children struggling from trauma! They would surely benefit. Thank you for sharing!

  6. Meg williams says:

    Our preschool supports an inclusion model and these products would be a great support ! Thank you!!

  7. I love these ideas I already have a couple of these toys in my classroom but would love to add more.

  8. Jennifer R. says:

    All of these look great! I would love the sensory bean bags.

  9. I love the stress tubes, I can see them being very effective and capturing my preschooler’s interest.

  10. Donna Gunther says:

    I have children in my class that would really benefit from the sensory tubes and bean bags.

  11. I have never seen the calming cuddle balls before, but that looks like something my little would absolutely love. What a great idea.

  12. I would most like to win the sensory tubes.

  13. Valerie E Vericella-Cavuoto says:

    cuddle ball looks amazing

  14. Marge Baum says:

    I think the sensory bean bags are great.

  15. The sensory ball sounds amazing!

    1. The cuddle ball sounds amazing!

  16. Diane Birchenough says:

    I would like to win the Sensory Bean Bags.

  17. I’d love the calming cuddle ball 🙂

  18. I have a student this year that would love the hug ball!

  19. Julie Chmielewski says:

    I would love to win the breathing sphere

  20. I’d love to win the beanbag sensory bags! They are so satisfying!

  21. Lisa Williams says:

    I love the sensory bags

  22. Lisa Williams says:

    I love those bean bag ones!

  23. Rachael Hall says:

    I am a infant and toddler teacher, and my kids would love the sensory tubes. Such a great giveaway!

  24. Shawnna Hampton says:

    The sensory tubes are fantastic! That would be my choice

  25. christine Kent says:

    We have been trying to find new sensory items for some of our little ones, thanks for the ideas!

  26. I would love to win the mindful mazes. I have not seen these and think they would be a great addition to our resources. This can be done independently and is quiet in the classroom.

  27. I work with older students and they would really want the cuddle ball. If I win one I might have to buy more for all the other students.

  28. Vera Story says:

    I have never seen the Mindful Mazes. They look like something the kiddos would really enjoy!

  29. The cuddle ball looks like a great way to give self pressure

  30. Cindy San Miguel says:

    Hi from Texas,
    Any one would be great. I do feel the cuddle ball would be a great item for our center. I have a child that we are trying everything to teach self sooth

  31. These would be great to add to my quiet/calm down area. Thank you

  32. Becky Dragt says:

    I love that cuddle ball and I know my preschool students would love to cuddle with that for a quiet moment! I love the calm down ideas and they have given me some inspiration for times when I have students that need to calm themselves. Thanks!

  33. These are all such great ideas! My almost 5 year old I think would benefit from the cuddle ball or the breathing sphere. I think my 1 1/2 year old would like the sensory tubes. I’ve never seen the mazes in those shapes I bet kids really enjoy them. I need to set up a calm down corner.

  34. Brittany W says:

    The breathing sphere

  35. I love them all! 🙂

  36. Rene Latner says:

    Those are all great! I would love the breathing sphere. This would be amazing to put in our calm down center!

  37. Would love to win the sensory tubes for my kindergartner!

  38. Emily Gervase says:

    I think the breathing sphere is a really cool way for kids to visualize their breath and help them slow it down to calm themselves.

  39. ZENAIDA G says:

    I love all of these! We would love to have the sensory tubes in our classroom.

  40. Mary Zuelke says:

    I’d like to win the Sensory Bean Bags –#1 choice. OR the Sensory Tubes–#2 choice. It was hard to decide.

  41. Lindsey Pierce says:

    My daughter would love these!

  42. Jami Thoms says:

    I love the bean bags!

  43. We love sensory toys in our classroom. We have a calm down area in our classroom and a few students that depend on these throughout the day. I even use these types of items for my own children at home. Love these!

  44. I would love to win the mindful mazes. I think these would be great calm down tools for my personal kids as well as my students in my classroom!

  45. Michelle Lowe says:

    I would like to win the mazes. I think my student who is blind would love them.

  46. These are all such great tools for my calm down corner

  47. Jordan byrd says:

    A calm down area is a must. I like putting sensory tubes, coloring material, and puzzles in the area.

  48. Miss Susan says:

    These are great resources. I have never seen the cuddle ball or the breathing sphere. Thanks for sharing!!

  49. Melissa Archer says:

    I love sensory toys for children to help them calm down when needed.

  50. Christine says:

    The sensory tubes would be calming for students as well as teachers! Lol

  51. I always love having a calm down area for students to utilize as needed. Especially helpful during the holidays. These items are perfect for using in this area!

  52. Bree Tarnas says:

    These are great ideas to use with my little ones!

  53. Lisa L Dickman says:

    My very active boys may find some quiet time with these activities!

    1. These all great specially the Sensory Tubes I would love to win for my anxious child. 🙂

  54. Patricia Rakovic says:

    I love using sensory toys in my speech therapy sessions. There were some tools that i was not familiar with thanks for the suggestions.

  55. I’d love this for my child! I he calming cuddle ball is one I’ve never seen. Hope I win some toys for Christmas presents.

    1. Marcus Walker says:

      This is just awesome indeed.thanks so much

  56. All of these items are so great! I especially like the breathing sphere, what a great visual to help kids with deep breathing.

  57. The calming cuddle ball would be wonderful in my 18 month to 2year old classroom. Thank you for the chance to win!

  58. I would love to win the cuddle ball!

  59. Julie Bryce says:

    Great year for such items in ALL ages!😉

  60. The mindful maze or the sensory tubes would both be good tools for my Kindergarten

  61. Briawna Hartmann says:

    I’d love to get a breathing sphere! My son saw one at a store and was very interested in it!

  62. Calm down tools are great. I like that you have the water bead bags as you can put them in the refrigerator.

  63. I haven’t heard of the mindful mazes before. They look like a great idea. I love the idea of combining both sensory and breathing.

  64. Kelley Murphy says:

    I want that calming cuddle ball for myself, lol. I personally love the bags with the water beads on the inside.

  65. The breathing sphere looks like it would be really great for both fun and stress-reduction.

  66. Would love to try the sensory bean bags

  67. I am recommending the Mindfulness Mazes to my school for purchase. I have never seen anything like those! Thank you for sharing.

  68. Heather Schloemer says:

    These are awesome ideas for my self contained classroom! thanks

  69. This is awesome! Definitely needing some help with my deeply feeling 3 year old boy who’s got lots of anxieties. Thanks for all the info!

  70. The sensory bean bags and the sensory art pads are two that I think my kinders would love! Something small that they can hold/carry and not be a huge distraction. I think my own 7 year old would love them too! lol

  71. I would love to add the sensory tubes to my calming center.

  72. My son could use all of these! I haven’t seen most of these before so thanks for sharing!

  73. the mazes look fun to use

  74. Summer Jones says:

    I would love to win the cuddle ball but any of these would help my very empty Calming corner

  75. The mindful mazes look very soothing. I have never seen those before.

  76. These are fantastic! Would love to win any of them!

  77. I would love to win the sensory tubes.

  78. Stephanie says:

    I love the calming cuddle ball. It is intriguing.

  79. Katie Washington says:

    Thank you so much for your giving spirit! All these toys look amazing! I have some ideas now what to use to help my son to calm down. He is sensory seeking and gets overly stimulated very easily and often.

  80. That breathing sphere is so cool! I’ve never seen one before but have multiple firsties who would benefit from a visual like this.

  81. Stephanie says:

    The calming cuddle ball is intriguing. I have never seen that before.

  82. Caroline G says:

    Thanks for showing (and gifting) these calming toys! I like the mindful mazes and the water bead bags, but wouldn’t argue with any of them!

  83. I’d like the cuddle ball.

  84. Every classroom needs some sort of sensory input items. I would love all of these and play with them myself as well as have time for my students to enjoy.

  85. I would love to add the calming cuddle ball to my classroom! It looks like a great tool for two of my current students.

  86. Heather Newman says:

    My kiddos would really love the sensory tubes!

  87. Pam Birchard says:

    I would like to win the mindful mazes – they look awesome!

  88. These all look so great! I can’t decide which I would most want to try. Either the sensory tubes, mazes, or cuddle ball. Thanks for the giveaway!

  89. The sensory tubes and cuddle ball are both amazing. Thanks for doing the giveaway!

  90. The sensory tubes would be great.

  91. Jessica R says:

    We could definitely use any of the above tools! I really like the sensory tubes.

  92. My students love the calming toys! I would love to have more of variety to offer to them.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  93. Donnia Callahan says:

    This is a wonderful gift, the 12 Days of Gifting!

    Thank you, Teaching Mama!!!! 🙂
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  94. Mary Dahlia says:

    I’d love to win the mindful maze set!

    Really all of the tools look amazing.

  95. Love the cuddle pillow! I haven’t seen one like that and I have students who would greatly benefit.

  96. Leah Miller says:

    That calming cuddle ball looks amazing, i want an adult size one!

  97. I’d love to win the calming cuddle ball!

  98. I would love to win the Sensory Tubes to use in the Children’s Department of my public library.

  99. I love the Sensory Tubes and Sensory Bags!

  100. Melissa Lawson says:

    The cuddle ball looks amazing!

  101. debbie dunn says:

    I would love to win these for my classroom at school

  102. Rebekah Signoretti says:

    My students love the expanding ball. They love how it moves and what happens when you drop it. I love that it’s also quiet too. I’d love to win the cuddle ball.

  103. Brenda Haines says:

    The calming cuddle ball would be perfect for my son.

  104. I love the sensory tube!

  105. That cuddle ball pillow looks like something I can’t replicate myself, what a gorgeous treat that liiks like it would fir in my living room!

  106. I think the littles would love the bean bags. All of the items are so cool.

  107. The mindful mazes look great! So do all of your suggestions

  108. I think any of my kids would love the stress balls.

  109. Annie Transon says:

    The mess-free sensory bottles would be amazing for my occupational therapy students at the therapeutic day school I work at. They would be beneficial to keep in the calm down areas of the classrooms.

  110. Marlene Zerbe says:

    I’d like the cuddle ball but I’m in 3 buildings or sensory bottles so I don’t have to make as many or the mazes–I like it all!!

  111. Would love one of these

  112. The calming cuddle ball is what I would choose. I haven’t seen them before and it looks like a wonderful calming tool!

  113. Virginia Lee says:

    I love the calming cuddle toy! I haven’t seen that before.

  114. Calling tubes would be a wonderful addition to my child care. If you don’t follow this woman I highly recommend. She’s been very helpful over the years

  115. Love the calm down ball. That is a new one that I haven’t seen before. Thanks

  116. I love these ideas! We have been looking for more tools to help in our make shift calm down corner and these are great

  117. Maggie Sloan says:

    All of these look great! I like the Sensory Tubes and the Mazes!

  118. I would love to have the Breathing Sphere or the Sensory Bean Bags for my Kinders!

  119. I’d love the calming pillow!

  120. They all look great. I especially love the stress balls.

  121. Amy Bebout says:

    I love the sensory tubes. It’s seems like they would be perfect for our little ones that have sensory issues and need to hold small objects while sitting during circle time. I love all the resources you are sharing but have never seen the sensory tubes with the little animals.

  122. Chandera Creamer says:

    I’ve never seen some of these! Thanks so much!

  123. Love these ideas for clam down toys

  124. Stephanie says:

    Thank you so much for your season of giving! Fingers crossed!

  125. Laura Smith says:

    Great ideas for things to help kids calm down!

  126. Heather Skulan says:

    I would love the Cuddle ball. I can see this being a comfort for two of my students with Autism.

  127. Vanessa Shaffer says:

    These ideas are so helpful! currently building a calming basket for my own kids and these items would work great for them!

    1. Vanessa Shaffer says:

      Forgot to say: I love the stress balls, water bead bags, and sensory tubes!

  128. Thank you for the great ideas I always get from your blog posts! They help with my students and grandchildren, too!

  129. I love the bean bags!

  130. I’ve never seen the cuddle ball! That looks like it might help my oldest =)

  131. Jeni Taylor says:

    I love all these ideas! I think my favorite would have to be the cuddle ball, the sensory tubes and the breathing sphere. All great ideas and would really help my very spirited 8 year old daughter!

  132. Tiffiny Duke says:

    These are all so great! Thanks for sharing. I think the Calming Cuddle Ball would be amazing! 🙂

  133. Great tools and quiet ones as well. I have a couple sensory rings that are great for older students. Always a great reminder of different tools out there.

  134. I would love to win the Calming Cuddle Ball. It looks so soft and cozy!

  135. I love these!
    I especially love the Sensory Bean Bags, Calming Cuddle Ball, and the Stress Balls.
    It’s so important to offer different options for calming children!

  136. amber harvey says:

    I have never seen the wrapped ball! This would be great for some of my kiddos!

  137. Charissa Reed says:

    My boys would probably enjoy the mindful mazes

  138. Sensory tubes would be the best calm toys for my autism child.

  139. Kelley Benkoski says:

    I would love to win the sensory tubes or the calming ball. I have an autistic student who would love this sensory output. : )

  140. I work with birth to three kids with disabilities. These sensory items would be great for them.

  141. They all look great! Awesome ideas!

  142. Vivian Lujan says:

    I really like the discovery tubes. Preschoolers love them.

  143. Jennie Richards says:

    I LOVE the Sensory Tubes and Sensory Bags!

  144. I’d like to win the sensory bean bags! Those look like they would be very calming!

  145. desi langford says:

    I would love all of them but really the breathing sphere

  146. I want to win the cuddle ball. They all look good though.

  147. I would like the Calming Cuddle Ball

  148. The bean bags are wonderful but eventually get a hole. The tubes are also good. I work with some pretty destructive kids so I don’t know how they will last but I hope we could use them for awhile…

  149. Kathy Davis says:

    I would love any of these, but I really like the Sensory Tubes. I have never seen some of these!

  150. Denise Griffin says:

    For me, I would love the cuddle ball, but my students would prefer the sensory tubes.

  151. Cassondra says:

    These are so cool! My AU students would love many of these

  152. Christine says:

    The sensory tubes would be great for my child!

  153. AngieBangie says:

    I loves these! Definitely a sensory seeker myself so I’m sure my daughter will enjoy these ideas as well!

  154. So many great ideas to try! I especially love the calming cuddle ball!

  155. My kids would love the breathing sphere!!

  156. I’m new to some of this. I would love to win any of these items, and they are so cool.

  157. I would love the sensory tubes for my 4 year old.

  158. Deborah Kirkland says:

    Good Morning,
    I clicked to leave a blog comment, but could not find where to type.
    Any calm down toy would be appreciated.
    I have 4 that I am trying different things to keep them in their seat and quiet during learning time.
    Thank you for sharing.

  159. Shelly M. says:

    My little one loves sensory toys, and I know she would love to add these to her box. Thanks so much for the ideas and the opportunity.

  160. Bayleigh Schoettley says:

    I would Love the sensory tubes or the breathing sphere for my little!

  161. I love the Breathing Sphere or Sensory Tubes!

  162. The cuddle ball looks awesome!

  163. Elizabeth Macumber says:

    Any of these would be cool. I am new to Special Education inclusion and any of these would be a wonderful edition to my classroom.

  164. I’d love the Calming Cuddle Ball; really appreciate the ideas here. Creating sensory “spaces” in my daughter’s room & these recs are easy & don’t take up too much space!

  165. Stacie Taylor says:

    I’m a special education teacher, so any sensory item would be helpful in the classroom.

  166. These are great suggestions! Even for adults. I like the calming ball. I’ve never seen anything like that. Thanks for the ideas.

  167. I like the sensory tubes.

  168. My students loveeeee stress balls!! But honestly they would be happy with any sensory items!

  169. Anita Gottsponer says:

    Great ideas! Love the sensory tubes and the calming ball!

  170. I love the sensory tubes and bean bags!

  171. Carol Haley says:

    Many of my students love to go through my sensory drawers and pick a calm down item. The sensory tubes you shared are very different from the ones I have!

  172. I like to use the Mindful Maze Set

  173. All of these calming materials are wonderful! I’ve never seen the calming cuddle ball before, but it looks awesome! Thank you for all that you do for your followers/subscribers!

  174. Love these! I especially like the mindful mazes, stress balls, and sensory tubes!

  175. The breathing sphere looks amazing!

  176. These would be awesome to have for my office…and for my own children as well!!

  177. Julia Suthard says:

    Amazing options. The calming pillow, sensory bean bags and stress balls all would be a hit in our home or my learning for life class.

  178. Love all the sensory items! I have the Mindful Mazes on my Amazon wishlist.

  179. I love the sensory tubes!

  180. Those sensory bean bags are awesome! Would love those for my little sensory girl. Agreed that this time of year brings more anxiety for kids and adults alike! Thanks for sharing these resources.

  181. These are great calming toys. I would love to have the sensory tubes or breathing ball to add to my collection.

  182. Lori Ann Stamp says:

    These are inspiring, I am going to order some of them for a little girl in our daycare that would benefit greatly from them. thank you

  183. Deirdre Thomas says:

    I would love the sensory tubes or the bean bags.

  184. Those sensory bean bags would be so cool!!!

  185. These are all great sensory tools!

  186. That squeeze ball looks amazing

  187. I love all of these! The calm down toys are so fun!

  188. I would love to win the cuddle ball! Everyone needs a hug!

  189. Those all look like fun and useful ways to calm kids down

  190. I love the tubes and squeeze pillow! I also like the smaller items that could be used at school.

  191. D Walkwitz says:

    All the items are wonderful! The sensory bean bags would be a great addition in the classroom.

  192. Love all the products!!

  193. Leann Pabich-Schiller says:

    Low any! How nice. Happy holidays!

    1. Leann Pabich-Schiller says:

      How nice it is suppose to say.

  194. I’d like to win the sensory tubes!

  195. Bev Ethington says:

    So many options! When you find the right one for your child it really helps especially during transition periods like car rides or visits to the doctor. Love all of these!

  196. Kristin Sherk says:

    Love all your ideas! So helpful to kick a lesson up a notch. Thanks.

  197. I love the idea of a breathing sphere!

  198. Stephanie says:

    I’d like to win the mindful mazes

  199. I love all these calming toys! I especially love the water timers! I love the calming pillow too!!!

  200. Melissa Thomas says:

    I would love the sensory tubes!

  201. Cecelia Colbert says:

    These are such great tools for my life skills students to use

  202. I’d like the sensory tubes 🙂

  203. I would love to win all the prizes, but especially the Cuddle Ball!

  204. Joscelin Steiner says:

    I haven’t seen some of these before. Thanks for the ideas!

    1. Joscelin Steiner says:

      Forgot to add I’d love the water bead bean bags

  205. Jana Frederick says:

    I love them all! We have a brain break area in our resource classroom that would greatly benefit from any of those items.

  206. Tricia Lee says:

    This is a great list! I would love to have them all, but the cuddle ball sounds so great. My kiddo loves to snuggle and hug things to calm down so this sounds right up our alley!

  207. The cuddle ball looks amazing. I have never seen one before. I would love to have any of these to use with my class.

  208. All of these resources would be great in my Counseling tool kit and classroom.

  209. The Sensory Bean Bags and Sensory Tubes look like they would travel well. I’ll be putting them on the kids wish list.

  210. Lindsey Jones says:

    This is just wonderful! Thanks for sharing such awesome ideas. I would like to win the sensory tubes. 🙂 I do like the idea of the cuddle ball pillow for parents to use at home.

  211. I have been searching for the best sensory/calming things out there. This post is SO HELPFUL! I have a very small class, but half of them have anxiety or some other emotional struggle. Calming resources are their go-to on a daily basis. Thank you!

    1. I would love either the sensory tubes of the cuddle ball

  212. These all look great! I would love the breathing sphere the most I think!

  213. Rachel Bertagnoli says:

    I think the tubes would be very helpful!

  214. Maria Mau says:

    I would love the sensory tubes!

  215. Jennifer Letz says:

    I’d love to win the calming cuddle ball!

  216. My kids and my students would both love the stress balls and the sensory tubes!

  217. Danielle Surprenant says:

    thank you for this chance!

  218. Sandra Wilborn says:

    I’m starting a new preschool center and would love to have these calming tools!

  219. Laura Heitman says:

    I would love to win the Water Maze set!

  220. I love all the sensory ideas – thanks for sharing!

  221. Kristy Foy says:

    I would love any of these for my special education kiddos!

  222. Mindy Schmidlkofer says:

    These are amazing resources, I would love to have them in my pre-k classroom.

  223. Amanda Howett says:

    I LOVE this blog!! I’m a director of a child care center and we implement so many of your ideas and crafts! These items would be great tools in our classrooms!!

  224. These are all great calm down resources to use with the children in child care.

  225. The stress balls are awesome! I hate having to pick just one J would want though!

  226. The Breathing Sphere and Calming Cuddle Ball look fantastic. All of these would be ideal to have.

  227. Lauren F. says:

    I would love to add the sensory tubes to our classroom!

  228. Clean water beads? Count me in!

  229. Kayla Myers says:

    I would love to win the sensory tubes!

  230. I love the variety of calm-down tools, especially the mazes!

  231. These all look great! I would love to win the sensory tubes.

  232. The calming cuddle ball looks amazing! Although all of these are great ideas and resources to have!

  233. I love the cuddle ball!!

  234. Lauren Rickenberg says:

    THese are great! They would be amazing calm down tools in my pre-k classroom!

  235. Amy Johnson says:

    I would love to win the Cuddle Ball!

  236. Kristen Fishburn says:

    Gosh, I can’t decide which one I would like to win! They all look great!! Maybe the Mindful Maze set!? I also like the breathing sphere!:)

  237. I would love the sensory tubes for my prek class!

  238. The tubes look so fun and calming!

  239. Love the breathing sphere!

  240. My students love the sensory tubes.

  241. I would love the tubes! The bean bags are cool too!

  242. Adrienne Greene says:

    I love the mazes- it is such a good idea!

  243. I would like to win the Mindful Maze Set.

  244. I would like to win the breathing sphere.

    1. I would love to win an amazing breathing sphere or any other of your amazing, calming toys it would be a blessing

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