Betcha I Can dresser knobs facilitate sorting and organization skills for children ages 2-8 years. They simply replace the generic knobs that come with dresser drawers.
Betcha I Can™ knobs were created when I was teaching a child with autism how to sort clothing into drawers. Pictures of various clothing were drawn and taped onto the drawers as cues. These pictures were soon colored on or torn. This led to the idea of the Betcha I Can™ knobs. Its name reflects my belief that despite having diagnoses, these children can be independent in the littlest, yet meaningful, of ways. Betcha I Can™ knobs are not limited to children with special needs; they can be enjoyed by all children to enhance daily living and organization skills in a fun and decorative way.
*high quality plastic
*benefits children with special needs as well as those without
*act as visual cues that indicate to children where to put their clothes as well as from where to retrieve them
*engaging for the children because of fun designs
*beneficial for parents for the functional and educational aspect
*designed for girls and boys
*each knob comes with 2 screws of different length to fit most standard drawer panel widths.
|Seller Objective:||Open to discussing any type of sales arrangement|
|Patent / IP Status:||Patent[s] are pending|
|Inventory in Stock:||In stock and available for sale|
|Number of Units in Stock:||1000+|
|Suggested Retail Price:||$5.99|
|Prior Sales Activity:||Start-up.|