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. These sensory toys appeal to autistic children.

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  • Design & Drill Brightworks pattern block

    Design & Drill Brightworks

    $39.99
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  • Squeezable bead ball reduces stress strengthens hands

    DNA Ball

    $6.99
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  • Echo Elephant provides multi-sensory input

    Echo Elephant

    $31.99
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  • Find It game At the Beach

    Find It At the Beach

    $23.99
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  • Find It game Dinosuars

    Find It Dinosaurs

    $23.99
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  • Find It game Eww Gross

    Find It Eww Gross

    $23.99
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  • Find It game Kids World

    Find It Kids World

    $23.99
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  • Find It game Mythical Creatures

    Find It Mythical Creatures

    $23.99
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  • Find It game Original

    Find It Original

    $23.99
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  • Find It game Wildlife

    Find It Wildlife

    $23.99
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  • Translucent textured interlocking building tiles for light table

    Interlox

    $24.99
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  • Pin Prints provide tactile input

    Large Pin Print

    $14.99
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  • Fanimals light up fans

    Light Fanimals

    $14.99
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  • Handheld, see-through rainmaker

    Mini Rainbowmaker 8″

    $14.99
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  • Neon Wikki Stix

    Neon Wikki Stix

    $7.29
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  • Flat drum with beads in head

    Ocean Wave Drum

    $24.99
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