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Sensory TheraPlay Box March 2022 Review + Coupon

Brandi D.
ByBrandi D.Mar 24, 2022 | 2 comments

Sensory Theraplay Box
3.5 overall rating
2 Ratings | 3 Reviews

Sensory TheraPlay Box is a monthly subscription service for children on the autism spectrum, or with sensory processing issues. Each box is filled with sensory toys or games that help develop motor skills or address varying sensory needs through therapeutic play. We always love the fun and unique items they send each month!

This box was sent to us at no cost for review. (Check out our editorial guidelines to learn more about how we review boxes.)

First Impressions

It's always fun to open up and see what's inside this box. I knew immediately which toys would excite my kiddos this month!

What's Inside This Box


Each box comes with a one-page insert with photos of the items on the front and a brief description with their values on the back. It also includes contact information and a disclaimer about how it is the responsibility of the adult to determine whether the items included are appropriate for the child. As someone with a Special Education background, I love that they include this since every child is unique and responds to various stimuli in different ways! There are some items that may not be appropriate for every child depending on those needs.

They also include a nice little motivational card for us. 

Sensory Liquid Floor Tiles - Listed Value $24.99 (example found here for $29.95)


While I have seen similar liquid toys before, receiving this large liquid tile was a new one! It is large enough that my kids can stand on it (they can stand on the smaller ones with both feet), and since it has this thick non-slip backing, I feel safe letting them test it out! As you push on it and apply pressure, the liquid moves around, and bubbles form throughout. It's definitely a fun sensory toy to observe and test out! They gave a few tips for using it in our guide, such as adding it to a gross motor obstacle course to help with upper extremity strengthening or as a tool for breathing exercises.

It's a versatile little tile and my son felt it was best for dancing on!

Rainbow Twirler by Kikkerland - Retail Value $5.00


This is actually not a new toy to us—we received one a few years back, but it is certainly one that we love! It is so simple with the iridescent ribbons, and as you twirl it around, they move up and down and twist around each other. It's fun to play with, fun to watch, and it's definitely something that catches people's attention if left sitting out. It is also quiet, relaxing, and calming, so it's great for self-regulation or for some fine motor work.

Pup in a Cup by Schylling - Retail Value $4.99


This pup in a cup is one of the toys I knew my kids would love. We received the Cocoa-Corgi, but there are three other types of pups in cups from this company. The cup itself is a nice thick silicone and when you squeeze it the softer little pup pops out. It's fun and cute and great for strengthening some hand muscles as you squeeze and let go. It's like a much cuter version of a stress ball!

Crystal Bead Ball by Odd Ballz - Retail Value $5.99


This ball is one of the sensory toys that appeal to me when I need something to fidget with! The outside is nice and thick to protect the tiny plastic balls inside that crunch and move around as you grip and squeeze it. It's like another version of a stress ball, but one that doesn't always appeal to everyone. I know my husband, for one, is not a fan. This is why I like when they send different types of products because even though some seem similar, you never know how your child is going to respond to the sensory input. Some will appeal more to them than others, and you just never know until you try!

Super Sqweezies Sweets by Schylling - Retail Value $4.99


This glittery pink donut is cute, and of course, it appealed to my kids who love just about any kind of donut! It has a more gel-like feeling on the inside and is slightly sticky feeling on the outside. It also has some tiny beads inside for a different tactile experience.

Slide and Rotate Puzzle by R.Y. Toys - Listed Value $6.99 (example found here for $7.99)


This puzzle is like a cylindrical version of a Rubix cube. You can rotate and slide the pieces and even twist each row to move the colorful tiles around. It's definitely tricky and great fine motor practice. It might be too challenging for my brain, but the kids were excited to have a go at it!

Value - Was This Box Worth It?

The Cost: $42.00 + shipping (Save with longer subscriptions)

The total retail value of our box using a mix of listed and found retail values comes to $52.95, which is about $10 over the cost of our box. While that doesn't take shipping into account, I'd say that's not too bad of a value this month. With six items inside, that's an average of about $8.83 per item.

Key Takeaways

This box had a great mix of sensory items to address a multitude of needs and lots of fun toys. Even so, I didn't find this box as exciting as some of the others we have received. I will say that my kids were very excited about the tile and found it to be so cool, so maybe it's just that I'm too old to see the beauty in this box this month!

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To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? No, but order by March 31 at 11:59 pm EST to receive the April box. From Sensory TheraPlay:

Boxes ship out the 1st week of each month.

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Sensory TheraPLAY Box offers monthly deliveries of fun and therapeutic sensory items. Boxes are thoughtfully curated with children on the autism spectrum and those with sensory processing needs in mind. Makes a unique and memorable gift for children ages 5-9
Brandi D.
Brandi D.

I am a homeschooling mother of four. I am a former educator and have taught both elementary art and Special Education.

I have been reviewing boxes for MSA since January 2018 and have reviewed everything from activity and clothing boxes for kids to clothing, beauty, and pampering boxes for women. I have also reviewed boxes focused on home goods and even some men's boxes with the help of my husband! 

I love to discover new brands and try new things!

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Amy in KC

I love your sensory box reviews! That rainbow twirler takes me back — I had a similar toy in my youth and it was very fun and pretty! I had forgotten about it!

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Brandi D.

It is both fun and pretty! Thanks for reading, Amy in KC! 🙂

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