Created by parents who tired of seeing their young son struggle dressing himself, Eileen and Ronnie Gesser designed socks with pull-up loops on both sides of each sock, and fun graphics on the tops of the socks. In no time, their son was no longer frustrated and proudly dressing himself. Today this fun and easy teaching tool for teaching kids self-sufficiency is the only one of its kind.
EZ Sox have pull loops on them, making them easier for preschoolers to grasp and pull up their own socks!
If one of your New Years resolutions is like mine, to have your child be a more self sufficient dresser, then you should check out EZ Sox. We were sent a pair of frog Sox and Liam really likes the design on them. He also didn't have any sensory issues with the sox, which is a huge bonus for me. I was worried that the loops on the top of the sox would bother him, but thankfully that didn't happen.
Liam was able to pull the sox on himself, and now regularly puts on and takes off both these sox and his regular socks with ease... sometimes I wonder if I really want him to be able to dress and undress himself... because now he's just like his big sister and I find socks all over the house ... but I digress...
I really like the cute animal designs on the sox that helped Liam know which way was up - and also made him WANT to put socks on!
If your child is struggling with this skill or needs incentive to put his or her own Sox on, or you just want a cute pair of Sox for your preschooler, you can buy them at 30 different boutiques around the US or online at http://shop.ezsox.com/
Or you can win a pair here on Acting Balanced!
One Lucky US winner will get their choice of EZ Sox
Giveaway is open to US Residents only
Mandatory Entry must be completed before other entries count.
Each entry must be made as a SEPARATE COMMENT
Giveaway will end on January 8th, 2011 at 11:59 PM and the winner will be chosen by Random.org and announce on Acting Balanced and contacted by email
The winner will have 48 hours to claim their prize.
Visit EZ Sox and tell me which design you are most interested in trying and who they are for