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We use play to help develop your child’s mind and body.
We help your child learn by building new functional skills.
Our mission is to utilize Occupational Therapy to make a personal and lifelong connection with you and your child. As well as be an active support for the children.
Our vision is to help all children learn, grow and reach their full potential by utilizing custom Occupational Therapy products and services
- Clinically sound, evidence-based practices
- Personal and meaningful connections
- Caring, empathy, and sincerity
- Creativity and problem solving
- Individualized and custom-tailored services
Our method is to provide you and your children evidence-based products and services that are customized to meet the exact individual needs of young children at all levels of ability and development. Thus, helping them reach their full potential.
What are Noggins?
Noggins are playful foam stickers that attach to a variety of objects turning them into creatures. For Instance, simply stick them on your scissors, your pencil, or even your fingers, and bring Noggins to life! Noggins help foster your child’s imagination and creativity as well as help develop lifelong motor and coordination skills.
When Noggins are attached to pencils, markers, or crayons, they turn those objects into creatures. The tip of the writing utensil becomes the nose. This allows the child to pretend the Noggin is smelling flowers or sniffing through a maze; rather than merely tracing or drawing. The Noggin also acts as a pencil grip. Thus, cueing correct finger position on the writing utensils.
When Noggins are placed on scissors, they act as a visual cue, guiding the child to orient them correctly. They turn the scissors into a creature, with the bottom blade becoming the lower jaw. This enables the Noggin to “bite” and “chew” paper, showing the concept and technique of scissor use in a fun and playful way.
When Noggins are attached to fingers, they transform the hand into a creature. This allows practice and development of a variety of grasps in a fun and playful way. Children are able to pinch and squeeze playdough and small objects. Imagining that the creature is eating, while their own pincer grasp and lateral pinch develops.
Turn objects into creatures and bring the boring to life!
Build Fine Motor Skills
Noggins help Build fine motor skills. Which, sets the stage for success in school and at home.
Parent & Teacher Approved
Noggins are parent and teacher approved! Built heavily on research, vigorously tested, and proven effective.
Kids Love Their Noggins!
Children are engaged by imaginative play while they learn, play and grow. That’s why they love Noggins.
What Parents and Teachers are Saying about Nogginsland
“I work with students with autism, and those with developmental disabilities. Using Noggins with my students have increased their attention and motivation during therapy activities. I’ve used them to develop play and imagination skills.”
“I work in a school and have had some trouble motivating students to maintain an efficient grasp pattern while writing. These stickers provide a fun way to remind my kids where to place their fingers and help to keep their attention while working on skills!”
“Just one day using your cute little grip and he is improving by leaps and bounds! What a great idea and such a thoughtful product! Every elementary teacher should have these grips on stand by for students who struggle with handwriting and cutting!!!”
How to Use Your Noggin?
Noggins are easily removed, repositioned, and reused. They are safe, soft, and strong. For Instance, simply stick them on your scissors, your pencil, or even your fingers, and bring Noggins to life! Check out the video to see Noggins in action.
Nogginsland In the News
Have you seen Nogginsland in the News? If not, here are a few of Nogginsland’s greatest TV Interviews on some of the nation’s largest News Channels like ABC News and Spectrum News.
The Nogginsland Blog helps parents and children stay up to date with the latest (OT) Occupational Therapy articles and resources. Featuring topics such as fine motor skills. sensory processing, self-help skills, and more.
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