Pop-it toys are hot, but here's how to make your own sensory play kit at home for free

Sensory play is any activity that stimulates at least one of the five senses as well as movement and balance. ST PHOTO: GIN TAY
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SINGAPORE - Pop-its are all the rage this year. Available in all manner of shapes, sizes and colours, the silicone sensory toys have grabbed the attention of children worldwide, who find it calming to pop them like bubble wrap.

The toy trend has brought the focus back to sensory play. This is an important way for youngsters to explore and learn and is especially useful during the pandemic when parents are hard-pressed to find non-screen alternatives.

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