FIBRE OPTIC UV MIRROR

Age of use : + 3 years
61 536171

FIBRE OPTIC UV MIRROR

61 536171
Age of use : + 3 years

With the mirror, the colours double and merge, making the sensory space appear bigger. Compatible with the UV lamps (ref 61538, 61994 or 61995).… See the description >

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each €474.59 €583.75
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A mesmerising and soothing experience!
Intro Val
Fibre optic tails are a key component of any multi-sensory space, encouraging tactile exploration and visual stimulation.
Once lit, they put on a magical show. The long strands can be woven, tied or rolled. Even when switched off, the fibres react to black light, becoming visible.
For visually-impaired people, fibre optics allow light to be seen differently, and to touch and manipulate it.
Descriptif Produit
With the mirror, the colours double and merge, making the sensory space appear bigger. Compatible with the UV lamps (ref 61538, 61994 or 61995).
Technical data
Composition
40 white strands.
Dimensions
L: 100 cm - W: 65 cm.
Made from
WOOD (frame), PLEXIGLAS (mirror) and PLASTIC (fibres).
Color
various
Products
  • Safety
    Light is diffused without heat transmission (no risk of burns for children), no risk of cuts (strands are made from polymer).
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+ Pedagogic
Encourage tactile exploration and visual stimulation.
Specialist's opinion
The Snoezelen education method leads to well-being. (...) It is about creating an atmosphere using materials, textures, colours, smells, sounds, like an invitation to go on a sensory journey. (...) It is a non-directive practice. The approach is based on an awareness of the outside world through the body and the five senses. The teacher is a facilitator who listens to the responses to the stimuli and acts on the atmosphere if necessary (...) The practice of Snoezelen is first and foremost the sensory skill of the stimulating person towards the stimulated person. The Snoezelen philosophy is based on 3 distinct ritualised phases: discovery and relaxation, recreation and sensory experiences, interactivity and return to reality (...).

Nathalie Casso-Vicarini, Delegate General of the French association ‘Ensemble pour l'Education de la Petite Enfance’ and teacher at the University of Paris Ouest.
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