Children are sure to be soothed with this light-up furniture which brings a pop of colour to a sensory room.
This activity table gives off a soft light and encourages sensory stimulation. Placing objects or materials (sand, water, gel, etc.) on top maximises the play of light, forming contrasts and shapes and allowing the child to touch, observe, explore and imagine.
1 table and 1 remote.
H: 45 cm - W: 69 cm - D: 60 cm.
with a sponge.
Tips for using
For indoor and outdoor use.
Running time: 5 to 10 hours (depending on the programme setting).
Safety: This product is mains rechargeable for a battery life of over 8 hours. Convenient use: Remote control supplied to change the colour, speed and intensity of the light. Simplicity: Programming of several elements possible with only 1 remote control!
For optimum, safe use of the light-up furniture, you are strongly discouraged from sitting or lying on it. In addition, outdoor use must be monitored. We recommend that you put the light-up furniture away in bad weather. Warning ! Must not be used by children under 36 months, small parts, risk of suffocation.
Develop visual integration. Encourage handling through play. Reggio method
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.