Kids with autism are often the hardest-working people in town. Their schedules are packed with hours of ABA therapy, Floortime, Speech and O.T... In the classroom or home, teaching children with autism is more successful with the right supplies. Children with autism tend to be visual learners, so visual strategies such as picture schedules and visual timers can be essential teaching tools for children with autism in the classroom. Please let us know what other tools help your child learn!
Eni "mini" Puzzle
The mini Eni is playable art that you can hold in your hand. The perfect desktop or handheld fidget that can keep...
Liquid Floor Tile
Create a sensory floor! Liquid floor tiles are a revolutionary, interactive flooring -- filled with bright liquid...
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Sequin Drawing Board
The Sequin Drawing board provides soothing tactile input as those with Autism glide their fingers over the smooth...
Crossover Pencil Grip
The Crossover Grip uses a revolutionary applied technology that works with the body’s natural physiology to gently...
This patented, ergonomic pencil grip was designed and tested by pediatric occupational therapists specializing in...
Pencil Grip Original
This pencil grip is recommended by occupational therapists and teachers to promote correct gripping of pencil by kids...
Alphabet Avalance engages sensory seekers with over 500 textured, brightly colored letters. Learners with Autism can...
MagSnaps - 48 pc
MagSnaps magnetic pieces snap together and come apart with ease, making them ideal for those working on their fine...
This vibrantly colored Go Sign can be hung anywhere around the classroom or at home as a decoration or visual cue for...
This vibrantly colored Stop Sign can be hung anywhere around the classroom or at home as a decoration or visual cue for...
Magnetic Time Tracker
Visual timers are an essential tool for helping those with Autism and other special needs learn time and transition...
Magnetic USA Puzzle
Kids with Autism and special needs will enjoy learning about the United States and practicing their fine motor skills...