Top Special Needs - Constructive Play
Constructive play is the manipulation of objects for the purpose of creating something. Building towers and tunnels with blocks, digging holes in sand, drawing with sidewalk chalk; these are all ways children can learn to play constructively. This type of play is great for kids because both fine and gross motor skills as well as problem solving is used.
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from Smart Toys & Games
Kids as young as 1 can safely build with magnets using the 36 large and colorful pieces in this construction set.
Kids 2–5 can build a train, tunnel, building, or dog house with the 31 pieces in this set that includes 10 numbered bricks for introducing toddlers to counting 1–10.
Disney Princess fans 2–5 can build a boat ride scene for Ariel and Prince Eric with this 30-piece building set.
K'NEX has a new line of motorized building sets called Robo-Creatures that includes Robo-Strike, a robot scorpion. The Robo-Strike set comes with 163 K'NEX parts, primarily rods and connectors, and a…
from MEGA Bloks
Kids of any ability need to develop their fine motor skills; these are used to make intricate movements with the hand such as grasping or writing. Stacking blocks is a great activity to help kids…
from Learning Resources
Gears are a great way to stimulate creativity, use fine motor skills and strengthen fine motor skills. There are endless possibilities for creation with this set. You can have your child copy what…