Saturday Morning Reviews: Aroma Dough
This week on Saturday Morning Review we are reviewing Aroma Dough. Aroma Dough is aroma therapeutic play dough for kids with Asperger’s Syndrome. This dough has helped me to relieve stress when I have had a really bad day. Aspies have texture issues but sometimes texture can help them.
It is stress relief therapy. People with Asperger’s need things to play with at the end of the day that can help them forget about the stresses of the day.While a child with Asperger’s Plays he recollects on his day to sort what to keep in memory and what to not, what was embarrassing and what they did right. Playdough is a good idea for the end of the day. It is a good idea because it kills two birds with one stone.
Aroma Dough is scented scents have been proven to help calm a person but also help a person clear their mind and collect their thoughts. This is a great toy for any child with special needs not just Aspies.
Aroma Dough is Vegan, Gluten-Free, and Soy-Free. This was developed by using natural ingredients that have not been genetically modified. The scented dough is safe for building, molding, and sculpting to your child’s content. The scents are from natural oils and all have been designed to promte a calming atmosphere.
This dough helps to improve focus and relaxation as well. Aroma Dough is Earth Friendly, Organic, and Non-Toxic.
Aroma Dough is hypo allergenic so it will not cause any allergic reactions. It is made from organic wheat free rice flour, sodium, water, moisturizing oils, and natural fragrances.
This dough is celiac safe and approved by the Feingold diet due to the use of Organic ingredients. People with Asperger’s Syndrome have deficiencies in fine motor skills. Many other kids with Special needs have motor skill difficulties as well.
The malleability of Aroma Dough provides a fun and engaging way to build strength in the hand muscles and tendons. Christmas is only six weeks away. This is the perfect present and stocking stuffer for every kid. Unlike that video game your child wants play dough never goes out of style.
In Conclsuion, I am twenty one and I still find play dough to be enjoyable. If is most fun when I play with my baby cousin Zack. He laughs and laughs when I mold the dough into a Jigglypuff and sing the Jigglypuff song. Sadly it does not make him fall asleep. This is a toy that can help parent and child come closer together. Young and old can both enjoy creating things out of this malleable formless dough.