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 […]
Gifts and toys designed to encourage language and speech development.
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 >>
Have fun teaching positive social skills with the Blunders Game. Children 5 and up will learn about honesty, responsibility, table manners, school etiquette, telephone manners, respectfulness, kindness, how to give confident introductions and how a party guest and host should act. (This is a SpecialNeedsGifts.com Top Gifts for Autistic Children 2013 Best Pick). $24.95 Buy […]
Children ages 5 and up enjoy choosing a card and then following directions. Directions range from basic, to conditional directions (if lemons are yellow make a funny face), or Temporal (Sneeze like a bear after you smell a bouquet of flowers.). This fun set comes with lots of game ideas. (This is a SpecialNeedsGifts.com Top […]
Best Uses: Jumping can be creative and exhausting for the overly energetic. Develop gross motor skills and social skills with the ability to jump with friends and family.
Best Uses: The game teaches seven skills that have been proven to help students control their impulses, make good decisions, and avoid actions that are detrimental to themselves and others.
Best Uses: The calming movement of a swing along with the support of a chair for children up to 100 lbs.
Best Uses: Hoot Owl Hoot is a color-coded cooperative matching game. Children learn simple strategy, problem solving, following directions, taking turns, social development and cooperation.
Best Uses: It is perfect for focusing on one specific task, behavior or goal.
Best Uses: It stimulates children to develop their imagination and fine motor skills along with their cognitive skills.