Toys are teaching tools for all children, and especially for kids with autism. Learning toys are especially critical in early intervention programs where the right toys can make all the difference. Parents use toys to build relationships. ABA therapists use toys to teach cause and effect, pretend play and other skills. Speech therapists use toys to evoke communication, learn sequences and play skills. Occupational therapists use them to develop fine motor, gross motor or social skills. For kids, sensory toys are just plain fun! The best toys and activities for children with autism spectrum disorder are the ones that motivate our kids to engage.
Kids and teens will love capturing 3-D images with our Creative 3D Sculpture toy. This sturdy toy is highly tactile and features heavy duty construction. Carefully turn it over and the clear acrylic top let's you look at the imprints you made.
This item feels so interesting when you touch it. Use it as a no mess tactile activity in your sensory room. Or, use it as an interesting positive reinforcement tool for therapy. Place it in your classroom as a fun fidget to play with during recess. This versatile item makes a great gift for kids and teens!
The kids you work with will have so much fun as they capture a variety of images. Place your hands, fingers, common objects, toys, and more to make interesting 3-D images.
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