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Great products for Special Needs
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Silent Classroom Fidgits Monkey Fidget Exerciser - This has been the best fit for our 4th grader.
Calm Down Bin for sensory meltdowns and tantrums. Great list of tools for kids with sensory processing disorder to help them regain control and get the input they need.
Pencil fidgets - They allow the student to have something to move around in their hands. Students that require such fidgets have a need for sensory stimulation, and fidgets provide that within the classroom setting.
Pencil Finger Fidgets
Toys For Girls
Building Blocks Toys
Pediatric Occupational Therapy
These are some of our favorite toys that we use regularly in our pediatric therapy practice and with our little ones at home to provide fun, playful exposure to tactile experiences. #tactileplay #touch #sensoryplay
Huge Bean Bag
Bean Bag Couch
Do It Yourself Furniture
Take My Money
My New Room
My Dream Home
Just In Case
"Moody Chair" A huge bean-bag like bed/chair with a built in pillow & blanket that you can wrap yourself in. - OMG, I'd never leave the house!
Sensory Balls - Set of 4 by EduShape - $14.95. Tactile toys for visually impaired or blind children
Best Kids Toys
Toys R Us
39 toys for kids with special needs These all seemed easy enough to find and nothing too expensive. (via Parents.com)
Gross Motor Activities
wavy tactile path.
Activities For Kids
Liquid Timers. Great visual timers and they help to calm/refocus children.
When the child is awake, drape it across his lap or around his shoulders. The deep pressure touch stimulation brought about by the blanket will produce serotonin in the child, which is a hormone that will help to calm him down and produce a happier frame of mind.
Inflatable sensory "pea pod". Sensory tool for kids with autism or others who crave deep pressure to help calm, regulate, focus, or serve as a "safe space" to retreat when overstimulated.
Cerebral Palsy Awareness
It's A Good Life
Making Life Easier
Special Needs Kids
Gavin Smith has come up with a new bicycle design that will help people with disabilities to ride the bicycle independently