It is a well-known fact that toys play a great role in child’s development. Recently, we observe high demand for toys for autistic children. Toys can bring not only a lot of fun but also help children with special needs to improve their communication skills, gross motor skills, hand-to-eye coordination, social interaction, influence educational and developmental process in general. We have found some helpful articles for those who want to make toys themselves here.
If you don’t know where to buy toys for autistic child, do not get upset, you can make your toys at home together with your kid and save on a budget and time. However, we found some really cozy and helpful.
Sensory Pea Pod – children just love this! They start immediately got in and out of it. It calms down, suppresses anxiety and is a cozy item to stay in and read or even sleep in there. Make sure your pea pod is made out of durable, soft material and has tough triple-welded seams for added strength. Most children can get in the “pod” themselves, applying deep, even pressure to many sensitive areas of the body. Some children like to gently rock side-to-side for a “cocooning-calm.”
Bowling game. This game brings a lot of fun to everyone. Encourage kids to bowl the ball and knock down as many pins as possible! For added fun, try arranging the pins in different formations, or turn it into an educational game by asking players to count how many pins they knocked over.
Great for active play, eye-hand coordination, imaginative play, sensory play, and more! This is a wonderful first game to help build dexterity in toddlers and preschoolers.
Sound puzzles are so much fun for kids and they also teach cause and effect. A helpful matching, full-color picture is under each puzzle piece providing a visual prompt that will help the children you work with succeed (animal or vehicle noise, music instruments, etc.)
Puzzle Globe will help you to teach your kid geography easier and have more fun.
Memory Alphabets are bright, colorful and teach letters of the alphabet. This game will challenge problem solving and developing memory skills of young children.