|Matt||Posted: 2009-06-01 12:50:47
Searching for Educational Toys/Tools or Resources for children with ADD/ADHD or autism? About 18 months ago my seven year old daughter was diagnosed as having ADD, as parents it something you never want to hear. She is now in Grade 2 and doing homework with her is extremely difficult. As with any child if you can make learning interesting and FUN! they will be able to focus and finish homework in a productive manner. Having a child with ADD/ADHD makes foucussing on homework that much more difficult. We are determined to help her learn constructively in a way that adapts to her disability or as we like to say "learning frequency"! We also have close friends who have an autistic child and are in the same prediciment as we are.
Please leave any helpful links or information
Thank you for your time & any help you may offer
|rocketheads9||Posted: 2010-03-13 10:06:29
Hi, If you are searching for best educational toys and learning toys for your ADD/ADHD or autism children to teach and learn them with fun and play, than you need to check out this website for for best educational toys for kids. http://rocketheads.com/
|jannysmile||Posted: 2010-10-02 03:29:44
Hi, I'm sorry to hear your matters. Here is one suggestion. I know building blocks toys are kids educational toy,it could help your child. The toy bricks could compatible with lego but with much lower price. If you're interested you could visit www.blockstoy.com.
Hope this could help you.
|Anon.||Posted: 2011-01-13 15:34:37
Check out www.fatcatphonics.com. One box teaches math & reading and it's all hands-on. The kids can move around while they use it which is quite helpful for kids with add/adhd. It comes with a reusable workbook and then you can buy more. The worksheets are reusable which means they can keep practicing until they get it right. You use 130 letter manipulatives and/or a dry erase marker to complete a bunch of really cute and colorful worksheets. It's really organized and fun. My kids love it.
|Anon.||Posted: 2011-02-06 06:09:05
searching for educational toys specifically made for kids with add/adhd can be a little difficult, but i agree building blocks and math and word boxes are a great option. Also as now you can order online for almost anythng shopping for your child will only become easier.
|Educator4U||Posted: 2011-11-16 03:27:59
I have found a lot of sensory items for special needs children at .kidseducationshop.com
|mikehuds||Posted: 2012-06-24 15:14:10
I found Creative Learning Toys as good option for this, it is well explained and filled with lots of helpfull things. I find it really intresting because of simplicity they provide. I suggest you better vist this website for knowing it. It have a huge collection of educational toys. There are all kinds of things in it, including bricks and maths related. Try it your self.
|vijaykumarA||Posted: 2012-10-03 03:48:13
Generally educational toys are most important thing for children to increase their IQ power. Designing toys with special need is to help children learn adaptive responses for what they may lack.
I thing creativity based toy, math, and arts base toys are good option because these are more interactive than others.
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