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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from MGA Entertainment
Introduce young kids 2–6 to golf with this set that is sized right for smaller hands and designed for both left- and right-handed children.
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.
Fans of Monsters University ages 3–8 can recreate scenes from the movie and imagine all-new scare adventures with this playset.
This iPad case and app combination is clever and a great drawing system for ages 3+, although the app does have a few glitches.
Disney Princess fans 2–5 can build a boat ride scene for Ariel and Prince Eric with this 30-piece building set.
from Cardinal Games
Doc McStuffins fans 3+ can put together a Doc McStuffins puzzle and then create different play scenes on the puzzle with the included sticker clings of Doc's friends and accessories.
from Cardinal Industries
Doc McStuffins fans 3+ can put together this 24-piece puzzle of Doc, Lambie, Hallie, and Chilly, then take it apart and store all the pieces inside the included lunchbox tin.
The Kinderfeets balance bike helps kids 2+ learn to ride a two-wheeled bicycle.
from Spin Master
Players 6+ guess which Monsters University character is hiding behind the door by asking yes or no questions about the physical characteristics of the 16 monster characters, including Sulley and Mike.
The Kid-Tough Apptivity Case lets preschoolers safely play with mom and dad's iPhone or iPod Touch. The case has a clear screen cover to protect against drips and sticky fingers. The sturdy outer…