Description

Lavender Daah-Da Shark designer chew pendant for tweens and teens especially.

ninja_babies-star-icon Our Lavender Daah-Da Shark sensory pendant is super popular with tweens and teenagers – although ALL ages, men and women also love them too.

ninja_babies-star-icon Features a cool 5.9cm x 7.3cm x 1.7cm shark shaped pendant with a flexible tail to flick with your teeth, tongue or fingers etc.

ninja_babies-star-icon Weighing in at a mere 31.5grams – you’ll barely know you’re wearing it!

ninja_babies-star-icon Approx. 70cm necklace cord length is easily adjustable and also features a breakaway clasp for extra safety.

ninja_babies-star-icon Level of Chewing: Light to Aggressive in the thicker section of the pendant. Light chewing on the tails.

ninja_babies-star-icon Fits easily in your hand or pocket to use as a fidget.

ninja_babies-star-icon A hygienic resource that can be used to increase concentration, participation and also self-regulation.

ninja_babies-star-icon Great to use at home, school, University and also at work.

ninja_babies-star-icon Age and socially appropriate for boys and girls, students and adults.

ninja_babies-star-icon Easy to clean and a unisex resource for ages 3 years and over.

ninja_babies-star-icon Discreet, affordable and readily accessible to use.

ninja_babies-star-icon Made with a non-toxic silicone rubber pendant.

ninja_babies-star-icon A stylish sensory tool for self-regulation allowing and redirecting ninjas to calm and focus.

ninja_babies-star-icon Worn as a necklace and can discreetly fit under your clothes/uniform. You can attach them to your pants belt loop or pop in your pocket for easy access or use as a fidget!

ninja_babies-star-icon Our Lavender Daah-Da shark chew pendant necklace can assist with sensory processing issues, Autism (ASD), Asperger’s Syndrome (AS), ADHD, sensory stimulation, oral sensory needs and even fidgeting.

ninja_babies-star-icon Great to use instead of chewing T-shirt collars, pencils, hair and other unsafe objects, fingernail biting and thumb sucking.

ninja_babies-star-icon Ideal necklaces for fashion conscious nursing mothers and/or studying students (Prep to University).

“Stimming”

ninja_babies-star-icon “Stims” or “stimming” is short for self-stimulatory behaviours, that is, behaviours most people exhibit. Stimming may be chewing or mouthing objects or twirling your hair with your finger. It could also be jiggling your leg or tapping a pencil while concentrating!

ninja_babies-star-icon Chewing can quite simply feel good or be an extra dose of internal stimulation when your feeling under-stimulated. It can also be a feeling of tranquility if you feel overstimulated. Stimming can also alleviate high levels of internal anxiety/stress.

ninja_babies-star-icon Hence, parents, educators and therapists love our designs because when a child’s oral sensory tank is full, they are better able to self-regulate, concentrate and participate.

**This product is NOT A TOY and is NOT suitable for children under 3 years of age.**