Toys are teaching tools for all children, and especially for kids with autism. Learning toys are especially critical in early intervention programs where the right toys can make all the difference. Parents use toys to build relationships. ABA therapists use toys to teach cause and effect, pretend play and other skills. Speech therapists use toys to evoke communication, learn sequences and play skills. Occupational therapists use them to develop fine motor, gross motor or social skills. For kids, sensory toys are just plain fun! The best toys and activities for children with autism spectrum disorder are the ones that motivate our kids to engage.
The Slush Ball is filled with tiny microbeads that feel just like "slush" when you squeeze the soft, durable,...
Pet Sound Puzzle
Sound puzzles help those on the spectrum learn through auditory, visual and tactile learning. Some of our favorite...
Use the horseshoe magnet for sensory exploration bins, sorting activities, or just plain fun being amazed at the magic...
These little suckers are big fun! Push 'em together, POP 'em apart, build sideways, up, down, and all around...
Tiggly Math iPad Game
All children, especially those with special needs, learn best when they engage all of their senses! Tiggly Words is...
Practice matching, recognizing color and stimulating creativity with Junior Colorino! Place large color chips (designed...
The Funny Bunny Game is a crazy bunny race up the hill, and the first player to the juicy carrot at the top wins. This...
MagSnaps - 48 pc
MagSnaps magnetic pieces snap together and come apart with ease, making them ideal for those working on their fine...
No, these tubes don’t talk, but when you talk into them, you can hear your friends from far away! You can make...
Rattle Maze Ball
The Rattle Maze Ball is uniquely designed with different textures, shapes and sounds which are stimulating...
Bubble Tube Lamp
The Bubble Tube Lamp stands 35.5" tall on a sturdy, square base and is remote controlled (included). Watching the...
A caboodle of brain teasing puzzles! Improve fine motor and problem solving skills as you construct caboodles of...
Flip it, fold it, figure it out! Ivan's Hinge doubles as a fidget tool and brainteaser that enhances hand-eye...
Shh! The bees are sleeping! Practice using fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination to gently...
Fish Bubble Gun
Bubbles are a popular toy for those with special needs because they encourage interactive play. Plus, they're fun for...
Happy Giddy Tunnel
The adorable Happy Giddy Tunnel provides children with Autism and other special needs the chance to develop...
Emotion-Oes are a new twist on the traditional, beloved dominoes game! Instead of matching numbers, players will match...