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Special Needs Toy Reviews

Do you need Special Needs Toys? Our comprehensive list of reviews covers the Top Special Needs toys that will enhace motor skills or are sensory based.

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  1. First Builders Fast Tracks Rescue Team
    •  1+

    The First Builders Fast Tracks Rescue Team comes with 100 pieces for building racetracks and city scenes for the ambulance, police car, and firetruck.

    • Fun

    • Repeat Play

    • Assembly & Instructions

  2. LeapPad XDi Ultra

    LeapPad XDi Ultra

    from LeapFrog

    •  3+

    The LeapPad XDi Ultra builds on the success of LeapFrog's LeapPad Ultra with a new casing and updated pink and green color options.

    • Fun

    • Repeat Play

    • Assembly & Instructions

  3. Wacky-tivities Kinetic Sand Neon Pink
    •  3+

    The Wacky-tivities Kinetic Sand from Spin Master just got a lot more colorful. Now kids can play with a six ounce container of the special moldable, no-mess magic sand in a vibrant neon pink color.

    • Fun

    • Repeat Play

    • Assembly & Instructions

  4. First Builders Fast Tracks Raceway
    •  1+

    The First Builders Fast Tracks Raceway comes with 50 pieces for building two cars and a two-lane racetrack.

    • Fun

    • Repeat Play

    • Assembly & Instructions

  5. LeapPad3

    LeapPad3

    from LeapFrog

    •  3+

    The LeapPad3 is a five-inch, wi-fi-enabled tablet that features LeapSearch powered by Zui, a kid-friendly web environment of videos, games, and more all prescreened by LeapFrog learning experts.

    • Fun

    • Repeat Play

    • Assembly & Instructions

  6. Senseez Furry Pillow

    Senseez Furry Pillow

    from Senseez

    •  4+

    Senseez are a line of soothing vibrating pillows to sit on, perfect for kids who have problems sitting still or suffer tactile sensitivities.

    • Is It Useful?

    • Is It Worth It?

    • Assembly & Instructions

  7. Senseez Orange Circle Pillow
    •  4+

    Senseez are a line of soothing vibrating pillows to sit on, perfect for kids who have problems sitting still or suffer tactile sensitivities.

    • Is It Useful?

    • Is It Worth It?

    • Assembly & Instructions

  8. Wacky-tivities Kinetic Sand

    Wacky-tivities Kinetic Sand

    from Spin Master

    •  3+

    Kinetic sand is a unique sand compound made up of 98 percent sand and two percent polymer so it won't dry out and keeps your hands clean.

    • Fun

    • Repeat Play

    • Assembly & Instructions

  9. First Builders Learn My Animals!
    •  1+

    This chunky and colorful building set for babies 12 months and up combines construction with mommy and baby animals.

    • Fun

    • Repeat Play

    • Assembly & Instructions

  10. First Builders Big Building Bag Pink
    •  1+

    Kids 1–5 can build however they want with the 80 chunky, colorful blocks that come in a handy storage bag.

    • Fun

    • Repeat Play

    • Assembly & Instructions

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