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Easy Hold Glitter Panels




I wanted to share with you a personal review of a product from our online shop - our Easy Hold Glitter Panel range. The shop has been open since 2020 and we have been busy building our superb ranges and supplying settings and homes up and down the UK. If you follow us on Instagram you will see lots of behind the scenes from the shop as we continue to build and grow. 


This wonderful range can be purchased directly from us here at Learning and Exploring Through Play. Explore our ranges here.
You can also click the shop tab in the navigation at any time to see our online store.



With all the work I have been busy doing with Learning and Exploring Through Play since 2013 and my work in schools before I understand how important it is to provide quality resources for children to thrive. I personally test out all the products before they go onto the shop, along with our carefully selected brand rep team. We are looking for resources that are well made, offer lots of learning outcomes and that will be appealing to children. 

This week I have been taking a closer look at The Easy Hold Glitter Panel range. They are available to be purchased individually or as a set of 3.




The panels feature a large, 80mm diameter lens. The lens is filled with liquid and captivating particles of glitter that twirl and cascade as the resource is moved around. As light bounces off the glitter the most incredible rays and sparkles are formed. Incredibly captivating for children and adults alike.




This range is deal for sensory discovery and broadening descriptive vocabulary. Children will be compelled to express how the resource makes them feel as they see hands on the cause and effect of their actions as the panel is rotated round. 

Let's take a closer look:


The handles are easy to hold for small hands and feature rounded edges. The frame is made from rubberwood, obtained from the ParĂ¡ rubber treeRubberwood is one of the finest timbers. It is an eco-friendly and sustainable alternative to traditional wood options. As more and more settings opt for natural resources this range will fit in just perfect with your environments. 

They are lightweight so perfect to pop into your bag and use them on outings or car journeys. 

A captivating resource that can be used to help support regulation. Our Easy Hold Glitter Panels are a safe, engaging choice that helps to create a soothing environment. It's a great way to encourage mindful moments. 


I have spoke to teachers who have found them to be an incredible tool for regulation areas in the classroom.

Supports the following areas of learning:
• Understanding the World - colour 
• Understanding the World - observation 
• Physical Development - motor skills 

In a choice of purple, silver and gold, these beautiful glitter panels offer a fascinating sensory and magical perspective of their environment.

Other resources from the Easy Hold Range include -

Easy Hold Gold Glitter Panel

Easy Hold Silver Glitter Panel

Easy Hold Purple Glitter Panel

Easy Hold Glitter Set - Silver, Gold and Purple

Easy Hold Colour Panels

Easy Hold Mirror Panel 

Easy Hold Magnifier Panel

Specification
Size of frame: 185 x 120 x 20mm (glitter panel 80mm dia.)

Age: Suitable from 12 months.



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