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The Sensory University has created an all new pencil topper using its top selling Chew Stixx Product. If your child bites, chews, or grinds, give them something safe to chew on. The Chew Stixx Pencil Topper fits any number 2 pencil, decreases lead exposure, is safe for teeth, is socially acceptable, is allowed in classrooms, increases attention, lowers anxiety levels, and has been proven to improve concentration skills in children constantly seeking sensory input. Excellent for streamline and special needs children. Package includes one smooth and one knobby surfaced topper. Not for use with children under 3 years of age.







Product Details:
Package Length: 4.8 inches
Package Width: 4.2 inches
Package Height: 0.1 inches
Package Weight: 0.05 pounds
Average Customer Rating: based on 18 reviews
Customer Reviews:
Average Customer Review: 3.0 ( 18 customer reviews )
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11 of 11 found the following review helpful:

5Chew StixxMay 14, 2010
By J. Smethursttodd
I had hard time getting these for my Autistic son as I live in England and no one will post them to England. So had to ask an American relation to post to us. Worth it though they have helped no end as my child no longer eats pencils and rubbers at school. They are very durable and I would recomend them to anyone who's child is Autistic. PLEASE POST STRAIGHT TO UK! So many parents could use these here.

9 of 9 found the following review helpful:

2chew stixxNov 23, 2010
By A
Bought these for my daughter since she has a chewing habit and can't use gum at school. They came quickly and my daughter was stoked to try them. As soon as she did try one though, she put them aside. She tells me they are too hard & she doesn't like how they feel. I would have ranked it higher but my 10yr old special daughter just didn't like them. They may work for another child, you can never tell until you try. If you buy this product and they don't like it see if the special ed teacher at school want to try it. Can always turn into jewelry since they are sturdy enough.

7 of 7 found the following review helpful:

3Does it job but didn't work for us.Apr 30, 2011
By Jody
I bought these for my 6 year old son who constantly puts things in his mouth, especially when nervous. He is in a regular school and other than speech and oral issues, he is right where he should be in other areas. Gum would probably be the best option but not allowed at his school. Initially these worked well and seemed durable but then once the other kids started noticing him "chewing on his eraser" or making comments like "what are you chewing on?!!" he became embarrased to use them. He also chewed so hard that he would chew them off the top of his pencil and occasionally drop them on the floor and put them back in his mouth. The chews ended up not being a very sanitary or aesthetic option for him. Although they did not work for us, they seem durable and strong to withstand the toughest and roughest jaw.

5Great for keeping my son's attention and minimizing embarrassmentJun 06, 2012
By J. Reed "New Mom of 2"
My son's kindergarten teacher turned me onto these. One day she wrote to me and asked if she minded if she bought these for my son. Appearantly, he was given a brand new pencil and within an hour, he was nearly in tears at her desk because he had chewed through the brand new silver shiney pencil she had given to him. He was very embarassed. I ordered these and a tactile torpedo and a chewy T. All three were fabulous for helping him stay focused and not be a distraction or be embarassed in class. I am so grateful to his teacher for helping me find these and I am planning on buying another set to get him ready for 1st grade.

4good for kids needing sensory inputSep 03, 2013
I got these for my 9 year old son because he was chewing his erasers off of his pencils and then chewing the metal on the end of the pencil and cutting himself. His teacher was willing to let him chew gum, which helped, but I got these to try, thinking it would be less of a distraction. He told me that they really did help him be able to sit still and do his work better, and he didn't need to ask the teacher for gum. He really thought they were helpful and was excited to find something that helped him focus better. He has some sensory seeking behaviors and chewing definitely helps him to focus on his tasks.

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Sensory Interventions was designed primarily to help parents and therapists find appropriate child therapy toys for helping children with Sensory Processing Disorders to develop Sensory Integration and acheive their maximum potential. Sensory Interventions carries many developmental toys which are also useful as Sensory Toys for Autism and Occupational Therapy Toys for Special Needs Children of all exceptionalities.  Having had experience as a teacher, a sibling, and a parent of children with special needs, we at Sensory Interventions understand how complicated life can be and how so often, you just need a simple and sensible solution for your child's needs.  At Sensory Interventions, we hope that we can provide a helpful and convenient source for one stop shopping and information for those special parents of children with special needs. As you travel down this special path, hand in hand, with your special child, we pray your journey will be "sensational."

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