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Got Special KIDS|Tie Me Tie Me A Lacing & Tying Activity

Learn to tie shoes with this lacing toy.

Starts at: $5.00
Got Special KIDS|Constructive Eating - Construction Line Constructive Eating - Construction Line

Lift, scoop, and push your way through a constructive mealtime.

Starting At: $5.95
Got Special KIDS|Constructive Eating Garden Fairy Constructive Eating - Garden Fairy Line

Lift, scoop, and push your way through a fairy garden mealtime.

Starting At: $5.95
Got Special KIDS|Constructive Eating Utensils Dinosaurs Constructive Eating -Dinosaur Line

Lift, scoop, and push your way through a fairy garden mealtime.

Starting At: $5.95
Got Special KIDS|EasieEaters Curved Utensils EasieEaters Curved Utensils

Angled design makes eating easier!

Starts at: $10.00
Sale Price: $6.75
Savings: $3.25
Got Special Kids | Learning Resources Money Jar Learning Resources Money Jar

Using Money Is an Important Functional Skill for Independent Living

List Price: $14.99
Starts at: $13.50
Savings: $1.49
Got Special KIDS|Manual Dexterity Boards Manual Dexterity Boards

Practice the fundamentals!

Starts at: $18.49
Got Special KIDS|Manual Dexterity Dressing Vest Manual Dexterity Dressing Vest

Practice the fundamentals!

Starts at: $28.60
Got Special KIDS| Learning Resources Magnetic Money Learning Resources Double-Sided Magnetic Money

Interactive game on a magnetic board for small group or classroom activity.

List Price: $36.99
Starts at: $33.25
Savings: $3.74
   
 

Fostering independence in toddlers is a critical step to raising secure and independent children. While trying to be independent comes easy for most kids entering the toddler years, a lack of tools and parental encouragement can leave kids lagging behind as they enter kindergarten. Encouraging independence in toddlers means you provide regular praise when your child attempts age-appropriate tasks, particularly those he's reluctant to try.
Whether your child is growing up with special needs or without, we recommend engaging in daily independent toddler activities to help him grow, learn and understand. You don't have to be a teacher or therapist to begin raising an independent special needs child. Our selection of autism learning toys and games includes products that help them feed themselves, games that help them get the hang of concepts such as time and more.