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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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FirstSnaps,toy

First Snaps & First Pops


From ALEX. These bright and bold developmental toys are fun to grab and grip, and your little one will love gazing at the vivid colors. The snapping and pulling apart of each piece is excellent for developing gross motor and sensory motor skills, while the vibrant colors are perfect for visual stimulation.

Ages 6 months & up
Price: $17.99
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