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Awesome Toys for Blind Babies & Children

It's not so hard to find accessible toys for children who are visually impaired. Here are some of our favorites! This is a group board. Want to be added? Like the board and send a request with your Pinterest name/link to <<<Board rules: Max 5 pins per day, please don't re-pin the same pin multiple times, stay on topic, no spam. Happy pinning!>>>

Awesome Toys for Blind Babies & Children

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Leper Puppet Bible Craft from www.daniellesplac... for Children's Sunday School

Waldorf Wooden Rocker Board Helps Kids Build Balance

music center in backyard There are tons of zylophones at yardsales! I can disassemble one for the yard!

Here is a list of 11 great toys that work on skills for kids with special needs, such as sensory, sequencing, problem solving and more. The best part--they are all under $10!

Manhattan Toy Wimmer-Ferguson Infant Stim Mobile To Go Travel Toy

These 6 rainbow-colored clips each records 10 seconds and can be clipped near an activity and played back to hear directions, a talking display of children's work, scavenger hunt, obstacle course, etc.

Bored? You can make giant, stretchy, REUSABLE bubbles that had our entire family giggling for hours!

Blow Q-tips through straws in this simple blow dart game.


50 awesomely affordable toy suggestions for kids who have autism, intellectual disability or other developmental delays. List was put together by a Special Education Teacher and BSC/BCBA.

Fairytale Storytelling Basket from The Imagination Tree

Story Box for All You Need for a Snowman | Paths to Literacy

HearthSong Sunburst Swinging Chair HearthSong®

The Autism Project and Hasbro have teamed up to make toys and play more accessible for kids with autism and other disabilities. Great project and just in time for the holidays!

A Special Education teacher and BSC (Behavior/ABA specialist) list their best recommendations for toys and gifts for children with autism, intellectual disabilities and other developmental delays. Great list to share with relatives and grandparents who are always asking what to get!

Quite possibly the best life hack!

Easel activity for preschool. Storytelling, empathy, and fine motor skills all wrapped into one fun idea.

We recently ran a contest asking families to share their favorite toys for their kids who are blind or have other special needs. Here are the top 10 as voted on by WonderBaby readers!

Erupting snow recipe

Story Retelling and Animal Sorting - Julia Donaldson Book Activity

Ten Little Rubber Ducks Book Activity~Rubber Duck Math from Fantastic Fun and Learning

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