Special Education Toy Manufacture in Kansas City, Open for Business

A fun and functional toy manufacturer and designer, Sensory and Sort Games is committed to bringing safe, attractive, and educational toys to kids around the world to encourage them to play, grow strong, and interact with our world. Sensory and Sort Games is based in Overland Park, Kansas. 

Overland Park, KS, March 18, 2013 --(PR.com)-- The toy manufacturer Sensory and Sort Games has announced that they are open for business, selling unique new cognitive learning activity center products to both consumers and commercial buyers in the United States.

Their first product line is a unique Sorting activity center that comes in three sizes ranging from sixteen drawers to twenty-six called “Genesis”, “Phoenix”, and“Pegasus”. The sorting drawers are clear boxes varying in size with tokens on the outer side of each drawer. The tokens range from jingle bells to large colored shapes, each activity center comes complete with tongs for use in building fine motor skills. Unlike other sorting games that are limited in shapes and colors, Sensory and Sort Games activity centers offer the consumer options to purchase new drawers to replace stock, or the ability to “move around” the drawers into different slots making the activities more challenging. The result is a activity center with endless uses that can be changed or added to as skills grow and the need for a more challenging activity are needed.

"We're elated to bring these new activity centers to schools and families," says owner Karly Beck. "Not only is the 'Genesis Activity Center' fun, but it also functions as a great sensory toy, helping children learn multiple skills, confidence, and the joy of exploration." Sensory and Sort Games hopes their new activity centers becomes a useful tool for both play and therapy.

About Sensory and Sort Games
Sensory and Sort Games was established in 2012 by Karly Beck, an educator within the special needs population for over fifteen years. Mrs. Beck has utilized the activity centers in her own teaching for the past six years and wanted to share them with all. The company plans to concentrate initially on expanding the available options for replacement drawers in a variety of designs. Individuals can purchase the activity centers and supplemental drawers now at their website, and wholesale buyers are encouraged to contact the company directly at Distribution@sensoryandsortgames.com
Sensory and Sort Games
Karly Beck