Mirrors hold a fascination for young children. They allow children to understand reflection, they help children recognise their own face and provide huge amounts of fun as they try to figure out where they disappear to when they look round the back of the mirror itself.
An Infinity Mirror provide a totally different dimension to the standard mirror. An infinity mirror is wonderfully stimulating for children. It provides a focal point for discussion and conversation with teachers about how it works. The myriad of different colours and the infinite reflection mesmerises even the youngest child.
When placed in a sensory room, an infinity mirror provides a focal point for children who may be feeling stressed or anxious. There is something calming and relaxing about an infinity mirror that helps comfort and instil a feeling of calm in even the most boisterous of children.
An infinity mirror is actually a pair of mirrors where one is fully reflective and the other is one way. This means that the fully reflective mirror reflects an image back into the one-way mirror time after time, creating a series of smaller and smaller reflections.
An infinity mirror can be used on the wall to create stunning effects, or hand held. A truly magical piece of equipment for any early years of sensory needs room setting.