National Autism Resources has an array of top selling items. Looking for a great toy or gift for your child with autism? Check out what other customers just like you are purchasing. They list each week’s best selling toys. If you are looking for something more specific, they also have toys broken out by developmental age group. There are great gifts for boys and girls of all ages you can see them here: Toddlers, Preschooler, Elementary, Teens and Adults. If you need help finding an item, or are not sure what to get,feel free to call the customer service team at 877-249-2393 = they will assist you with toy, gift and game recommendations!
101 Games and Activities for Children with Autism, Asperger’s
Fun and interactive computer learning tool to help children manage and overcome stress, anxiety and poor concentration. Children interact with a family of bright and colorful animal characters who teach them important coping skills to help them manage stressful situations.
Autism Toys and More
Autism toys, books, puzzles, games, and resources for parents and professionals. Categories include: fine motor skills, focus and attention, cognitive development, sensory, social/pretend play, and more!
Autism Treasure Chest
The Autism Treasure Chest offers educational toys, therapy aids, GFCF food, furniture and books to help make a positive impact on your child’s life.
Automoblox award-winning line of mix-n-match, wooden toy cars have been used as an important learning tool for children with autism.
Here you will find the web’s most unique online kids games. This is a free online preschool games site built specifically for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
brackitz – connecting imaginations
Award-winning brackitz invents building and construction products for 2D and 3D sensory and educational play. The open-ended, captivating press together blocks and connectors provide enhanced stimulation. The size and durability of children’s masterpieces promotes social processes through collaborative play.
bluedominoes: Shaping A Healthier Playtime
bluedomines’ Activity Dough and Finger Prints are the first art supplies product to receive approval from the Celiac Sprue and acceptance by the Feingold Association. Both of our products are gluten free, artificial color free, bromine free and heavy metal free.
Discovery Toys: A Link to Discovery Toys: A Link to Learning for Children with Autism
Discovery Toys interfaced with the famous Princeton Child Development Institute to develop an Autism Support Project. This project has created toys to develop independent play with some limited instruction, toys that promote sustained engagement, toys that build skills for cooperative play, toys that create opportunities for children to talk about their play experience, toys with obvious completion criteria and more!
Fun and Function
Fun and Function was founded by a mom who also happens to be an occupational therapist. Her goal in starting the company was to fill a void for a lack of high quality toys, games and therapy products geared towards special needs children. Funandfunction.com provides children with special needs outstanding products to enable them to reach their fullest potential.
GetSweaty.com is the first video-based website that provides daily physical activity for kids. The site is completely free and offers a new and different 8-12 minute workout video each day – on demand. Kids earn points for working out which they can trade for valuable prizes.
Give Me 5 Social Skills Board Game
Give Me 5 is a fun, non-competitive social skills game covering 8 sub-domains of social skills: self-awareness, situational awareness, non-verbal communication, verbal communication, emotional awareness, perspective taking, manners, and understanding the big picture. It incorporates learning through analyzing social scenarios, using visual cues, role playing, problem solving, and the use of an emotional awareness model. High 5s are given along the way to support the children’s positive social development and nurture their self-esteem.
Holiday Hop is a fun interactive way to teach the calendar year. The game teaches one to one correspondence with counting, color matching, picture matching and turn taking. Holiday Hop is appropriate for children developmentally at a four year old level or higher. The game can be customized by adding birthdays or anniversaries, whatever is important to your family.
Smartly-designed products for happy parenting. Packed with smarts, full of fun and ready for the daily adventures of parenting, we’ve created a line of products to help you and your little ones grow together. They’ve all been thoughtfully designed and smartly styled, from tip to toe, to make this whole parenting thing less of a job and more of a joy. Here’s to happy!
Make Beliefs Comix
Come visit MakeBeliefsComix.com, where parents and children can create their own comic strips online and practice writing, ready and storytelling. Parents and teachers of autistic children are using the site to communicate more effectively with their children by creating comic strips to teach and convey information to them.
Melissa and Doug
Over 2,000 unique and exciting products for children of all ages. Our promise is to make each and every customer a happy and permanent member of the Melissa & Doug family, while offering products with tremendous value, quality and design. Our line offers something for everyone!
OZMO Fun Toys for Autism and Other Special Interests
Created by parents of an adult with autism and OCD to encourage easy, safe, wonderful fun with toys, books, puzzles, sensory and special interest items all geared toward individuals with autism.
Piano Wizard is an amazingly simple video game that can teach anyone from 3-103 how to play the piano and read music in minutes. With a digital piano hooked up to your PC or Mac, you’re playing real keyboard within seconds of sitting in front of a song. The game’s 4-step method has won awards for its simplicity. Even a 3-year-old can play Step 1 and by the time you finish Step 4, you’re reading real musician notation. After Step 4, we’ve seen kids go straight to real piano, and find themselves playing the same song effortlessly.
I have a beautiful goddaughter, Fiona, who is severely Autistic. As she loves music and is happiest when she is dancing and jumping around, she prefers gifts that involve music and movement! Fiona recommends the following items as they are some of her all-time favorites! 🙂
Bouncy Castle and Bouncy Ball
Musical Instruments and Music Therapy Items
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The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year