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  • PlayopolisToys

    High contrast, tactile, take along puzzle with no loose pieces, Slide, Twist,'n Solve provides tactile and visual stimulation, enhances visual awareness, eye-hand coordination, fine motor, and problem solving skills.

  • Darcia Phillips

    Toys for Blind and Visually Impaired Children

  • PlayAbility Toys

    Manufacturer Direct Price: $14.95 Slide, Twist 'N Solve, An On-The-Go Puzzle with a Tactile Twist! Each shape has a raised pattern so it is easy to identify by touch, and the colors are high-contrast making it ideal for blind and visually impaired children. The added tactile stimulation also makes this puzzle a hit for many children with special needs. The solution key is even on the back and can also be recognized by touch.....just in case you need some help!

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