Games can be challenging for children with autism and aspergers. Like so many teaching materials, the best games for our kids with ASD are those that favor inherent strengths. Games that are visual, multisensory, manipulative and that challenge spatial reasoning are good bets. From basic matching and memory to math, listening, turn-taking and social skills, games can be powerful tools for teaching children with autism.
Spiral Liquid Timer
The mesmerizing Spiral Liquid Timer has a rich red oil that softly flows around the swirly circle causing it to spin...
Sturdy Birdy Game
Sturdy Birdy is a fun, social game of perfect balance that challenges coordination and even counting skills.
Bingo - Careers
Kids will build vocabulary and improve visual discrimination skills as they play this careers Bingo which depicts 50...
Bingo - Fun Foods
This picture recognition Bingo features 50 common foods while building vocabulary and teaching kids healthy habits.
Rush Hour Junior
Younger players can experience the fun and challenge of the award-winning Rush Hour game in this exciting junior...
Make 'N' Break Game
With the Make 'N' Break game, players use 10 blocks to build the design on the card in the time given, or remove time...
Bus Stop Math Game
Bus stop is a fun addition and subtraction game that teaches kids basic math concepts, social skills, and encourages...
Shopping List Memory Game
In this memory game players race to be the first to fill their cart with all of the items on the shopping list as they...
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Race to the Roof Game
Children roll dice and race through the house in this fun, interactive way that supports recognition and association...
Undo a lock or latch, swing open the numbered door and count on finding fun when the picture beneath is revealed on...
The Gravity Maze falling marble logic game is a logic maze game that builds reasoning skills and visual perception. ...
This fun, educational Teaching Tac-Tiles set is perfect for sensory exploration and tactile learning! The bag of fun...