Toys are teaching and learning tools for all kids, particularly children with autism. Learning toys are really crucial in early intervention programs where the appropriate toy makes all the difference. Parents use toys to develop relationships. ABA counselors use toys to pretend play and explain cause and effect.
Speech therapists use toys to learn sequences and stimulate communication. Occupational therapists use them to develop gross motor, social, and fine motor skills. For children, sensory toys are just truly fun! The best activities and toys for kids with autism are the ones that encourage them to engage.
Stretchy Mice and Cheese
Assist two little stretchy mice find their way via the holes in the stretchy cheese! This cute silly fidget is perfect for those with autism because it helps to develop finger dexterity, motor planning, and motor skills. Not to mention, the Strechy Mice and Cheese fidget is good for hours of fun and mind relaxation.
Zoo Animals Sound Puzzle
Sound puzzles help those with autism learn through visual, tactile, and auditory learning. Some of our beloved zoo animals are waiting to talk to your loved one.
Place the puzzle piece into the well with the matching picture on the puzzle board and listen to the animals speak!
Tiggly Math iPad Game
All children, particularly those with special needs, learn best when they engage all of their senses! Tiggly Words is operated by your hands and uses an app to let children learn at their own speed.
Created for children developmentally aged 3-7, Tiggly Math educates kids in counting, addition, subtraction, cardinality, number sense and number line. It takes children on a math journey full of magic, humor, and inspiration.
Just hit the toys on your tablet screen and the app reacts, ingeniously engaging children.