Autism

autism
Auditory and visual toys typically appeal to children on the autism spectrum. Many find art, music, math and science interesting. On the flip side, children on the autism spectrum tend be highly sensitive to texture and avoid tactile toys. Imaginary and imitative play rarely appeal. Self-regulation of emotions and social interactions can be challenging, which limits group play.

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  • Rainstick inside oball provides auditory input

    6″ Oball with Rainstick

    $19.99
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  • Interactive activity board for babies

    Activity Board

    $39.99
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  • teapot shaped activity toy for toddlers

    Activity Play Ball

    $19.99
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  • activity cube for toddlers

    Activity Play Cube

    $16.99
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  • Textured bottom graduated beakers stack and nest

    Ambi Building Beakers

    $7.99
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  • Colorful cubes jingle and connect

    Ambi Jinglers

    $14.99
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  • Clown astride rolling ball never falls off

    Ambi Magic Man

    $14.99
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  • Differently textured balls develop tactile discrimination

    Ballyhoo

    $37.99
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  • Handheld, see-through, hourglass shaped rainmaker

    Beaded Raindrops-Red

    $12.99
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  • High contrast multi-sensory ball

    Bizi Ball

    $25.99
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  • Woven nylon tubes compress stretch bend  fly

    Boinks 10-pack

    $9.99
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  • Woven nylon tubes compress stretch bend  fly

    Boinks 28-pack

    $24.99
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  • marble inside tight fabric tube fidget toy

    Boinks Fidgets 5-pack

    $9.99
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  • Cloth dog provides multi-sensory feedback

    Buddy Dog

    $31.99
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  • Clip-on heavy duty circle chewie

    Chewlery Black Circle-Clamp Clip

    Sale! $18.49 $9.99
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  • Clip-on heavy duty circle chewie

    Chewlery Blue Circle-Clamp Clip

    Sale! $18.49 $9.99
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