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 […]
Gifts for children with Sensory Processing Disorders (SPD).
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Best Uses: Offers a calming visual stimulant and teaches cause and effect.
Best Uses: Within minutes of your child’s first interaction with this toy, he or she will never want to be without their little fidget friend.
Best Uses: Great for teething, stimulation, motor skills and the rattling rain sound are very soothing to young children.
The next couple of months are full of nothing but special events and crowds – rough for those with kids with sensory processing issues. The hyperstimulation of the holiday season is hard on even the least sensory sensitive folks, and it can be challenging to navigate events that are meant to be joyful celebrations but […]
Best Uses: Technology is a great tool at any age just be sure to get the right app and an age appropriate case.
Best Uses: Child can squeeze, roll, throw, kick and see through these textured play balls. The sensory ball improves hand-eye coordination and can be used to improve socialization skills when enjoyed in group play.
Best Uses: It encourages pretend play and the development of both gross and fine motor skills as children stack bowls, use the cup handle, or maneuver a fork. This set also provides the framework for learning important social skills and manners.
Best Uses: Build and develop concentration, imagination, creativity and motor skills with this simple yet effective toy.