Product Review: Celtic Therapy Plates

Celtic Therapy Plates - 3 DinosaursProduct: Celtic Therapy Plates (This product comes with one plate and a tracer.)
By: Celtic Art Therapy
Price: $30

First this to say about the product review is that I bought this product it was not given to me and all thoughts and opinions are mine.

I ran into these plates when the girls and I were at King Richards Faire. The girls like the designs and the lady’s at the booth told them they could give the plates a try. They each picked a plate and tried them out. 15 minutes later they were still using them and wanted to know if we could get some for home. You can see below the picture of the girls using them for the first time.

Celtic Therapy Plates - 3 Dinosaurs

I asked them about what they were most commonly used for to the ladies in the booth. They told me people use them as calm down plates. The idea behind them is that you use these to calm down when you are upset. There are several different types and types. Open which is easy Medium which has a slightly more complicated design but still easy to follow. The last type is Tight, where the Celtic knot design is very tight together. You there is several types of levels to work with.

Celtic Therapy Plates - 3 Dinosaurs

These are easy to use just about anywhere. They can lay on the floor or put them their lap. They are easy to use and very sturdy.

Celtic Therapy Plates - 3 Dinosaurs

This is a great fine motor activity as well. It does not matter where they start or the direction they go. I have started to use these as a calm down.

Celtic Therapy Plates - 3 Dinosaurs

If they manage to do well with the dominate hand have them switch hands. It takes more concentration for them to follow the lines. I like to have them switch up the plates and try a different plate even if it is an easier one.

Celtic Therapy Plates - 3 Dinosaurs

Now when I got the plates I also got them for me! Yes me! What mother does not need something to calm them down when they are upset. It happens to the best of us. I use them more than the girls do. But I have lots of ideas to help them calm down. This is something quick and easy and I’ve used it lots. It gives me something to concentrate on instead of yelling or other things.

To end this review I love the plates. The girls use them and so do I. The creators web site has a lot of information about the plates and how they can be used. But some times it is just best to see what you can do with them. I can see some creative times ahead with them. I might even get another plate or two to go with the plates that we currently have.

Here are some of the plates on Amazon:

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Cassie is a mom of three stomping, romping, and roaring girls. She blogs about fun art and craft activities and printables she makes. She includes the odd review of products every now and then. She also blogs about the places that she has taken the girls called trip reviews. She has a few free printable pack for kids ages 2 to 8 and always adding more. She loves to get comments and feedback and always looking for new things to try or do with her girls.
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11 Responses to Product Review: Celtic Therapy Plates

  1. PlayDrMom says:

    These are SO cool! I have never heard of them before … and they will be SO helpful in my practice (… AND at home!). Thanks for sharing!

  2. Victoria says:

    This looks really cool! I LOVE everything Celtic!! I think it’s so beautiful! Might have to check this out for my girls!

  3. Jill says:

    How fun! I will have to look into this for my children 🙂 Thank you for sharing and for linking up this week to the Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop.

  4. These are so pretty, and I’m sure there are many uses for them, too, in addition to calming. Thank you for sharing on Mom’s Library, I’ll be featuring you this week at Crystal’s Tiny Treasures.

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  8. Cassie,

    I’ve never seen these before. I have a daughter who’s a little high-strung and I think she would love this. I’ll have to look into getting some.

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