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Autism Toys For Children from Fun and Function

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My son doesn’t play with toys. At least, not the way other children do. When I buy toys for my son, I don’t shop for them thinking “What would he like to play with?” Instead, I think “What skill can I use this toy to work on with my son?” Fun and Function . . . → Read More: Autism Toys For Children from Fun and Function

Learning Toys and Teaching Autistic Children Different Skills


There are a lot of learning toys for teaching autistic children. There are companies that sell products specifically designed for special needs children. I’ve listed below just a few toys for teaching autistic children that are designed for a specific developmental area. They are each linked to a different company. You can visit each . . . → Read More: Learning Toys and Teaching Autistic Children Different Skills

Multi-Sensory Resource for Autism


It occurs in all ethnic and socioeconomic groups. Its cause is still a mystery, and there is no cure, only treatment. It is autism, affecting at least three out of every 1,000 children. A tool for treatment; Wikki Stix ( a multi-sensory resource for autism.

They can help generate verbal interaction, be used as . . . → Read More: Multi-Sensory Resource for Autism

Kubit2me Lil Scholars Game


Kubit2me Lil Scholars ABC’s & 123′s Game, $15 Buy Now

Product Details

Kubit2me Lil’ Scholars Game (3+) The new fun & exciting, award-winning, educational “plush” game that makes learning fun!

As Kubit2me’s colorful cube is tossed from player to player, early learners will get a jump start on learning basic letter, number and . . . → Read More: Kubit2me Lil Scholars Game

Melissa and Doug Magnetic Wooden Numbers


Product Details

- Dimensions: 1.5″ x 5.5″ x 8″ Packaged.

- Includes 37 colorful magnetic pieces.

- Features enough numerals to count from zero through twenty and five math signs.

- Recommended for kids aged 3+ years

As you know, I am a big fan of Melissa and Doug. Here is another set that . . . → Read More: Melissa and Doug Magnetic Wooden Numbers

Pop On Pals Review

Pop On Pals

I was sent a Pop On Pals Amusement Park Playset from Team Mom to review and keep. The Pop On Pals playset is designed for children approximately 2-4 years of age. My children are much older than that, but I have a nephew that is just under 2. I thought this would be a . . . → Read More: Pop On Pals Review

WWE Mattel Toys Not Just For Boys

I was given the opportunity to review and keep two new toys from Mattel. One is the World Heavyweight Championship belt and the other is a Wrestle Mania Heritage Series action figure. The action figure is the Undertaker. The belt is for ages 8+ and the figure is for ages 6+.

My son . . . → Read More: WWE Mattel Toys Not Just For Boys

What Toys Are Best for Autistic Children?

If you are wondering the best way to entertain and enhance the development within your autistic child, toys can make a serious impact. Parents and relatives of autistic children have found that using the right toys can draw their child out of his or her shell and help bring forth their personality traits.

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