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Top 10 Developmental Toys for Children with Special Needs

by Lindsay Hutton

When your child has special needs, you want to do everything you can to help him learn and grow. The good news is, learning time can be play time, too. Whether your child is physically or learning disabled, or you would just like to work on his development, these toys can help build a solid foundation to help improve his limitations and build on his strengths. Plus, they're a blast to play with!

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Worry Eaters Schnulli

Worry Eaters "Schnulli"


From Haywire Group. Work on your child's writing skills and emotional development with Schnulli! Have your child write down her worries, fears, and anything else that's on her mind, and Schnulli will gobble them up. This toy is the perfect way to get your child to talk about her feelings and work through anything that might be making her sad, angry, or scared.

Ages 3 years & up
Price: $15.99
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