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Funky stuff for children with needs

Hello, we're Blossom and we're bored of therapy and treatment equipment being boring beige and greys -- that's why we specialise in making funky stuff for children with needs. Not only that, all of our profits go to our parent charity, Tree of Hope.

Some of our favourite things at the moment are these fun and colourful pieces of bObles furniture, which help your children increase their gross motor skills, build their core strength, develop muscles and strengthen their growing bones. What's more, they're shaped like a herd of animals and brightly coloured, so it won't even feel like a work out!

Keeping things bright and exciting is a trend that runs right through our range, taking in walking tripods and going all the way to Bilibos, which can spark your child's imagination -- are they shovels for sand? Racing cars? Bowls for collecting things? Who knows! That's all part of the fun.

If your child's not as mobile, they can still let their creative side out with our range of blackboard and whiteboard trays, or express themselves through the medium of their wheelchair gloves, which we've got in a selection of funky colours and designs.

We've got some really sturdy educational toys available too, including the wooden shape sorter wheel and the 24-piece tool kit, both really good for building coordination. And for something a little softer that can help with hand-eye dexterity, why not go for the Lamaze rainbow rings?

The truth is, this barely scratches the surface over the educational, therapeutic and fun stuff we have at Blossom -- you can keep up to date and enter special competitions by liking our Facebook page.

You can also go straight to blossomforchildren.co.uk to look at our full range and while you're there, you may as well read about how our profits go to Tree of Hope and help sick children get a better quality of life.

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