Best Uses: With easy to grip handles, coordination and motor skills don’t have to hold up lessons on eating with utensils.
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Children up to 4 or 5 find lacing and tracing lots of fun. Lacing helps children develop fine motor skills and improves penmanship by strengthening the pincer grip. Buy Now or Read More >>
Best Uses: Great for improving coordination and balance as each side of the stones vary in steepness and difficulty.
Best Uses: The Skwish is beadable with sliding beads for children to learn cause and effect, develop motor skills and be creative.
Great for developing motor skills, getting active and learning social sharing when used with others. Be creative and imaginative in free play. Buy Now or Read More >>
Best Uses: It’s got the graphics, the camera, and the looks. But LeapPad Ultra is a kid-tough tablet. Built from the inside out just for kids, it has friendly controls, an ultra-tough frame and a screen designed for a kid’s light touch.
Children 3 and up are introduced to the concept of money — understanding value, purchasing and budgeting. Each child is given a set amount of money, must shop when it’s their turn and earn more as they run out. (This is a SpecialNeedsGifts.com Top Gifts for Autistic Children 2013 Best Pick.) $21.95 Buy Now or […]
Children over 4 will love these ten different non-toxic tactile textures that you can add to your finger paints. You control the amount of texture you add to the paint and the colors. Take the artistic excitement of finger painting to a whole new level of fun. (A SpecialNeedsGifts.com Top Gifts for Autistic Children 2013 […]
Get teens talking with this set of fun topics. This set of 50 questions created by teens will help your teen spark some fun conversation. Laminated for durability and attached by a ring for easy portability take the Teen Talk set anywhere to help get conversations going. (This is a SpecialNeedsGifts.com Top Gifts for Autistic […]
Ages 3 and up can have fun and work on social skills, emotion recognition and regulation. Children will learn that looking at their friends’ faces can help them understand what their friends are thinking and feeling. (This is a SpecialNeedsGifts.com Top Gifts for Autistic Children 2013 Best Pick). $39.95 Buy Now or Read More >>