Feel calm, focused and manage stress

Fidgeting is the act of moving about restlessly. Fidgeting is considered a nervous habit, a sign of nervousness, frustration, agitation, boredom, excitement, stress, anxiety, a sensory seeking behavior or a combination of these.  Fidgeting requires focus and mindfulness. Having a sensory fidget with sensory appeal toy nearby ready to squeeze, rub, stretch or manipulate offer alternate stimulation to the nervous system.

Stress and Anxiety Solutions .... stress and anxiety is on the rise, not only for adults but children too!  "Playis fun and triggers the release of endorphins; the body's natural feel-good chemicals.  Endorphins promote an overall sense of well-being. Play, especially sensory play has proven to help children relax, focus and feel better. It opens up the imagination, foster critical thinking and ease stress. Toys and tools for sensory seekers and fidgety kids are essential for our kiddos overall well being. Browse our site for essential tools & toys for sensory seekers & fidgety kids to calm, focus and relax.

Toys and tools for sensory seekers and fidgety kids are essential for our kiddos overall well being. Browse our site for essential tools & toys that help our kids feeling relaxed, focused and feeling better.

First Time Visiting?

You may drive in expecting a store front but we are actually located within a large complex, the CMC Blue Ash office complex.  We are a unique retailer with over 100 fidget toys to choose from. We have specialized in fidget toys and sensory therapeutic tools since 2013, servicing Cincinnati kiddos since 2016.

Why did we choose an office complex? Because it works! We've had a store front in the past and although this is the norm, My Sensory Tools offers a unique shopping experience. No wondering non-sense shoppers in and out of the store. Our customers walk in on a mission and.... with a purpose! This concept also supports our motto - to relax, focus and feel better. 

Stop by and see us at 10979 Reed Hartman Hwy Suite 201
Watch the "Going to My Sensory Tools" video below : )