Music Therapy Props Wrist Streamers Review by Linda Jedrzejek, MT-BC, NMT

Music Therapy Props Wrist Streamers Review by Linda Jedrzejek, MT-BC, NMT

I was so excited when Linda emailed me to say she was writing a blog post about our movement prop, rainbow wrist streamers.

The blog post surpassed my expectations, and the video?  Bonus, bonus, bonus!

Top Sensory Integration Activities Chiffon Nursing Home Fabric Wrist Scrunchie Rainbow Chiffon Streamers Let's Play Music

Rainbow Wrist Streamers

Read her full post on her website.

Never underestimate the power of wrist streamers!  At the beginning of the school year, I purchased rainbow streamers on wrist scrunchies from Bear Paw Creek, LLC. They work wonderfully with individuals of all ability levels because of their design.  Since they are elasticized, they will stay put on wrists and ankles, and also permit more independence.

Everything I have ever purchased from Janet at Bear Paw Creek, LLC, has been of exceptionally high quality and these streamers are no different.  Clients have tried to pull the chiffon streamers off of the elasticized section, stretch them over their heads in attempt to make crowns and shake them as hard as they can.  They still look good as new!

In our music therapy sessions, we use them to work on improving gross motor skills, sustaining movement, eye gaze, following directions, sensory regulation and creative expression.  They can also be used to work on enhancing grip by placing the scrunchie part around an individual’s palm and having a staff member pull on the ribbon section, while moving to music. Take a look at the video here or below to see them in action:

Janet Stephens

Janet Stephens

Janet is the founder, designer, and one of the seamstresses behind Bear Paw Creek's made in the USA line of creative movement props, and bags. She is passionate about her faith, family, and loves the journey of learning and growing this life provides.

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