Duo marble task

$21.53 excl. TAX

Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 34 × 19 × 13 cm
Scope

Dementia

Development

Distinguishing Shapes, Fine motor skills

*The orders are put together for shipment by PSW (pedagogical social work) in Herten. Most orders are shipped within 3-5 business days

Description task box
This task must be played by 2 people. Players take it in turns to take a marble from the tray and place it in the round hole in the center of the task box. This task is complete when both bins are empty.

Edit
Divide the 20 marbles equally between the 2 bowls.

Content
Twenty marbles  of 25mm.

Tasks that are made within the framework of a uniform plastic box. The tasks have a clear beginning and a closed end.

  • Safe: our products are CE approved;
  • Hygienic: the task boxes are easily washable;
  • Uniform: the boxes of EenDoosTaken are easily stackable;
  • Durable: we use high-quality material;
  • Suitable for various target groups, ages and development levels.

The EenDoosTaken are specifically developed for children/young adults with autism and are development-oriented. Adults and older adults with a lower intellectual level can perform the tasks to maintain skills or as a relaxing activity. The One Box Tasks often consist of shorter tasks to ensure that the client can maintain concentration while working. By offering several short tasks you keep it more interesting for the client, so that the client can concentrate longer and also develop. There are also tasks that take a little longer to complete and tasks in which the supervisor can make an adjustment so that the tasks can vary in duration. There are also tasks that function as motivational tasks. After doing a number of strenuous tasks, clients can do the motivation task as a reward for the effort made.

This task box should be made under the supervision of a supervisor/adult at all times. Due to the small parts, it is not suitable for children under 3 years old.

Box dimensions: 34 x 19 x 13 cm.

Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 34 × 19 × 13 cm
Scope

Dementia

Development

Distinguishing Shapes, Fine motor skills

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