Sand Water Table
Sands Alive Starter Set+ Tray And Sculpting Tools
The Sands Alive Starter Set+ Tray And Sculpting Tools is a set of 3 sculpting tools and one sand roller designed for children with sensory disabilities to enhance their sensory awareness, fine motor skills, and creativity. Molds easily into any shape. Glides between your fingers. This set is stress reducing, maintains attention. Never dries out. No directions needed, ideal for individuals or groups. No mess, designed for indoor play.
4-Way Sand & Water Table (Model Tt678)
The 4-Way Sand & Water Table, model TT678, is a sand water table designed for use by children with upper extremity, mobility, or cognitive disabilities. The aluminum table has four separate plastic tubs, so each one can be filled with a different material, and up to four children can play at once. Tubs can be lifted out of the table to change materials. Tubs also have fun textures on the bottom. OPTION: Heavy duty plastic top, TT 679; 29 x 29 inch top covers all four tubs. DIMENSIONS (HxLxW)
DeltaSand is a sand water table designed for use by children with fine motor, upper extremity, or cognitive disabilities. This non-tox, allergen- and latex-free sand acts and feels like wet sand molds like dough and is reusable and does not dry out. The sand is available in a set with two pounds of sand and an inflatable, high-sided tray which serves as a worksurface and carrying case or in a starter kit with two pounds of sand, the tray, six molds, and two carving tools. The tray has a clear sl
Economy Sand & Water Table (Model La309)
The Economy Sand & Water Table, model LA309, is a sand/water table designed for use by children with upper extremity, mobility, or cognitive disabilities. This table has a height-adjustable metal frame with a removable plastic tub. OPTIONS: A top is available. DIMENSIONS: This table has a 6.5-inch deep tub and is 20inches wide x 27.25 inches long. The stand adjusts from 18 to 21 inches high.
Giant Clear-View Water Play Table (Model La719)
The Giant Clear-View Water Play Table, model LA719, is a water table designed for use by children with physical or cognitive disabilities. The table features a clear, lightweight plastic tub with a drain at one end. The tub comes in a no-rust metal stand with no-slip, rubber-tipped legs that keep the table stable. OPTION: Top for covering play table (LA19). DIMENSIONS (HxLxW): 21.5 x 18 x 30 inches.
Giant Economy Sand & Water Table (Model La308)
The Giant Economy Sand & Water Table, model LA309, is a sand/water table designed for use by children with upper extremity, mobility, or cognitive disabilities. This table has a height-adjustable metal frame with a removable plastic tub. OPTIONS: A top is available. DIMENSIONS: This table has a 7-inch deep tub and is 22.25 inches wide x 34.25 inches long. The stand adjusts from 18 to 21 to 24 inches high.
Happy Trails Magnetic Sand Table
The Happy Trails Magnetic Sand Table is a sand/water table designed for play by children with upper extremity, cognitive, or neurological disabilities. This wooden table has steel legs that can be bolted to the floor for added stability. Sand is sealed beneath the permanently attached acrylic top. Children move magnetized marbles and vehicles through the sand using four chunky magnets. The hand pieces are permanently attached to the table. DIMENSIONS (LxHxW): 29 x 22 x 29 inches.
Preschool & Toddler Sand & Water Tables (Models Jj511, Jj512, Jj513, & Jj514)
Preschool & Toddler Sand & Water Tables, models JJ511, JJ512, JJ513, and JJ514, are sand and water tables designed for use by children with upper extremity, mobility, or cognitive disabilities. Tables are made of all-weather plastic for indoor and outdoor use. They have a single tub (JJ511 and JJ512) or two tubs (JJ513 and JJ514); rounded edges for safety; plugs for drainage; a lightweight plastic liner that lifts out for cleaning; and a top to cover the table when not in use. Preschool
Sand & Water Activity Table
This Sand & Water Table is a simple tub of water designed to entertain children with autism spectrum disorder or other neurological disabilities who might benefit from simple sensory integration. It is a tub of water with a lid that fits securely. Rust-proof chrome frame. Made of sturdy, weatherproof plastic.
--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Box to hold damp sand for a child to play in. Sturdy box made of solid timber or exterior grade plywood fastened with nails and waterproof glue, with 2 battens on the bottom to allow the box to be more easily picked up. Box dimensions are 12 by 13 inches, and 6 inches deep. Should be painted inside and out. Place on a piece of plastic to protect the floor. SKILLS REQUIRED: Woodworking. AUTHOR: Caston, D TITLE: Easy to Make Toys for Your Handicapped Chi
Sandbox (Model 9835)
The Sand Box, no. 9835, is a round, elevated sand table that is accessible to children in wheelchairs. The Sand Box is designed for outdoor use. DIMENSIONS: 5 or 6 foot diameter; 3 feet high. WARRANTY: 1-year on materials and workmanship.
Sensory Sand & Water Table
The Sensory Sand & Water Table is a sensory integration tool, a sand and water table for children with down syndrome or other illnesses that would benefit from tactile interaction. Comes with a six-inch deep plastic liner with a built-in drain valve. Non-marking swivel casters on two legs make it easy to move the table outdoors and back inside.
---- DO IT YOURSELF ENTRY --------- PURPOSE: To provide a do-it-yourself sandbox for a child with cerebral palsy. A table 2 by 3 feet is set at a height such that the user’s chair just slides under. The table has 4 inch sides to contain the sand, but the center of the front all is reduced by 2 inches to give the user better access. The table is covered with several coats of marine varnish and a snug fitting lid allowing the box to be left outdoors. TITLE: The Table Sandbox. WEBSITE: Workshop Sol
Water Table Adaptations
CUSTOM ADAPTATION PURPOSE: To provide access to a water play table for a child with cerebral palsy, developmental disabilities, and vision and hearing impairments while using a therapeutic incline box. The plastic table had a metal stand with casters, but as the child grew, it no longer provided the correct height and position. To resolve the problem, the legs were extended and adjustability was added to accommodate future growth. To increase stability, the casters were removed from one end. DI
Wheelchair Accessible Sand and Water Table