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!
Spot It! Party Game
Spot it is the fast passed game of visual perception for 2 to 8 players.
Between any two cards there is always one and...
The Dimpl Duo is a fun tactile tablet that teaches shapes, colors and words while providing those fidgeting fingers...
The Popper is an awesome interactive rubber flip toy everybody loves to POP up and play with for hours.
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...
The Fidget Flipper is the perfect tool for long-lasting, silent fidgeting. This particular fidget is ideal for in the...
Swirl Spinning Tops
These classic tops feature a modern cyclone design that will quickly twist and spin around to entertain those with...
Twist! Pull! Roll! Squish! Boinks Fidgets contain a marble inside of colorful, durable mesh. Manipulating the marble...
Have fun squishing, stretching and flinging the Classic Boink...a fun, more durable and colorful twist on the...