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FREE Touch-and-Feel Sensory ‘Love Notes’ from Rice Krispies Treats | Designed For Kids on Autism Spectrum

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Rice Krispies Treats Sensory Love NotesAs if we need another reason to love Rice Krispies Treats…

With schools across the country back in session, parents and caretakers are once again on lunch duty and this often means adding a nice lunchbox note to your kiddo’s lunch box.

Since not every child communicates love through words, the team over at Rice Krispies Treats has partnered with Autism Speaks to create sensory Love Notes that are specially designed with these children in mind.

Rice Krispies Treats first launched their Love Notes in 2017 by creating wrappers with a small space to write a note from home. Then in 2018, Rice Krispies made the Love Notes more inclusive by partnering with the National Federation of the Blind to offer parents both braille and audio Love Note options.


Rice Krispies Treats Sensory Love NotesRice Krispies’ latest Love Notes expansion is designed for children with autism and any child who may find comfort from the sensory input that comes from touching different textures.

The new Love Notes are “lightly reusable” stickers that come in packs of four, and they’re made to fit the writable space on the usual Love Notes packaging. Each sticker is shaped like a heart and features a variety of textures including silk, fleece, faux fur, satin, and velour.

Like the Braille Love Notes, the new sensory stickers are now free to order on the Rice Krispies Treats website. If your family would benefit from these stickers, head here, log in or register for a free Kellogg’s Family Rewards account and you should receive your set of touch-and-feel sensory ‘Love Notes’ in approximately 6-8 weeks (limit of one set of stickers per account).


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  1. Christine

    I love that they are being so inclusive!

    • J.H.509

      Same here. My daughter has severe sensory issues. She takes her homemade slime with her everywhere. When she’s on sensory overload and her anxiety is high it helps her tremendously to take out her slime and knead it. I love this idea. She loves rice crispy treats so it’s a win-win for her.

  2. Kaylee

    I love this! Just sent them to my cousin’s daughter who is autistic. She will loooove these so much!

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      Awww! You are very thoughtful, Kaylee!

  3. Anna

    It’s not working for me, is something wrong or is it me?

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Hmm, I still find the link to load up for me as I click through. Maybe try again in a different browser OR leave the page up for a bit to see if that might help. Hoping it works for you soon!

    • shelly

      It’s not working for me either…says cannot serve request on this server after u click to login.

      • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

        Oh bummer. Maybe try a different browser. I just found the link to work for me to request these. Hoping you can grab them soon!

  4. Bianca

    So awesome!!

  5. EmmiL

    I LOVE these! My daughter has sensory and anxiety issues and she is starting middle school. Lunch time might be a difficult or scary time for her. I think adding this to her rice krispie treats or sandwich bags would be an awesome comfort for her!! Thanks for sharing!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      You’re very welcome!

  6. Mindy

    These are wonderful! I work with kiddos with autism and I am so excited to share these with them! What a great idea, thank you so much for sharing!

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      You are so welcome! We love that this can benefit the kiddos you work with, Mindy!

    • Sarah

      As a teacher, please be mindful that Autism Speaks is a very controversial organization in the autism world. As a parent I would be upset if my child’s teacher were passing these out. I posted a link below if you would like to know why they are so controversial. Please listen to autistic voices.

  7. Kimberly

    I love this! My son has sensory processing disorder and is on the spectrum. I am excited for these to come!!!

  8. Sarah

    While I love the thought behind this, partnering with Autism Speaks, which is an incredibly controversial organization with a history of harm to autistic people is NOT a step in the right direction. Their last budget statement showed less than 2% (down from previous years) going to autistic people and their families. PLEASE listen to autistic people. If you want to know more here is a roundup of information: https://medium.com/@KirstenSchultz/a-roundup-of-posts-against-autism-speaks-5dbf7f8cfcc6

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