This app has a very responsive screen allowing users to control fluid ow and produce stunning colours at the tips of their fingers. A great tool for teaching cause and effect and increasing visual attention.
BrainWorks provides kids with the sensory breaks they need to function at their best.
Occupational therapists and other specialists often recommend “sensory diets” to children with sensory processing disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorders, ADHD, ADD, learning disabilities, and typically developing kids who struggle with certain forms of sensory input. BrainWorks takes the guesswork out of what activities will be the most helpful to each child and allows parents and teachers an easy way to provide much-needed sensory breaks!
The BrainWorks app comes fully loaded with over 130 sensory activities and more are being created on a regular basis.
A relaxing sensory Koi pond with fish that interact with a minimal touch to the screen. Make ripples in the water and feed the sh for a relaxing, zen-like experience.
You can create your own experience by breeding new, rare Koi and decorating your pond to make it beautiful. Visit other ponds to experience new ambiences and get ideas.
This app allows you to create your own minimalist melodies that sound like drips and drops falling on a tiny orchestra of instruments. Pressing the multi-coloured raindrops triggers notes that loop every six seconds.
Combine different coloured drops and notes to compose your own rainy-day melodic backdrops. A metronome is also included to help you keep time.
This app is super simple on purpose. Simple is magic!
CAUSE AND EFFECT SENSORY LIGHT BOX
Light Box uses abstract animation and sound to introduce basic touch skills and awareness.
This app naturally encourages exploration of touch gestures through 24 scenes, which range from calm and immersive to loud and energetic. Numerous options are provided to customise visuals and simplify controls.
This is a sleep sounds, white noise app but it can also be used in many other situations especially with children who need instrumental music to help with regulation. There are 52 sounds and melodies (river, ocean, wind, rain and more) that can be played together or individually.
Created by someone with autism, this app does nothing more than provide wonderfully calming music and a lovely rainbow of colours. The creator of the app states “I’m autistic, and I wrote this because I wanted something to mitigate sensory overload. I find mathematically-patterned rainbow lights very soothing. After I showed it to a couple of friends and they had similar experiences, I decided to publish it.”