Good ABA Toys

Little People Ramps Around Garage

Description:
car elevator, fix up center, car wash, gas station, parking area, tire store and mini-mart stand. This all in one car wash is great for hours of teaching your autistic child imaginative play. Use it for repetition, speech, and teaching everyday life adventures. Also works great to use ABA to prompt speech.

Autism Games:
Imaginary play, Using and playing with toys appropriately, taking turns, repetition, and decision making games.

Speech:
up, go, car, down, around, gas, park, tires, food, and much more!

Gazillion Bubble Machine

Description:
All children love bubbles, especially children with autism. The more a child with autism is enjoying the task, the better chance to teach. A giant bubble machine is an amazing tool for developing words for the speech delayed child. Have tons of fun with this bubble blower, rotating blower puts out hundreds of bubbles in minutes. It is mesmerizing and stopping and starting often will have your autistic child speaking in no time!

Autism Games:

Great sensory tool. Great for generating word prompts, and eventually free speech. Practice using words such as: Pop, bubbles, more, on and off.

Summer Infant Tub Time Bubble Maker

Description:
Keep your kids entertained while in the bath!
Parents want bath time to be an enjoyable time for both them and baby. The new Summer Infant bath time bubble maker is sure to keep your child occupied and entertained. Portable bubble maker for bath time fun. Suction cup securely adheres bubble maker to the wall. Again a great tool to in a relaxing environment to help a speech delayed child develop words.

Autism Games:

Child to request or sign, “”On”" and “”Off”" while parent controls bubble maker. Practice using words such as: Pop, wow, more, bubble, and all done

Fisher Price – Bubble Mower

Description:
Fun pretend lawn mower that puts out bubbles when it’s pushed. This toy is a great way to get an autistic child to join in on the house work! Use this bubble maker to practice mimicking the parent mow the lawn. This is great to teach autistic children motor skills, life skills, and is easy to develop word prompts quickly.

Autism Games:
Cause and effect, learn how to use toys correctly and pretend play.

Fisher-Price Toddlerz Spiral Speedway

Description:
Great interactive toy! 2 cars speed down the raceway at the push of the button. The anticipation of a race mixed with the power to make it happen is always an exciting toy for any child. This colorful spiral speedway is a great way to us ABA principles to develop word prompts. Thus enabling your autistic child to use speech to get what they want.

Autism Games:

Great tool to build speech! The want to see these cars race simultaneously down the track is sure to have your autistic child speaking. Use word commands such as: more, car, go again, fast, wow or all done. Hold out on pushing button until some speech is received. This is a favorite amongst all kids!

Playskool Musical Sit n Spin

Description:
Hours of musical fun. Many musical modes. All children, autistic or not, love the sit and spin. The sit n spin can be used to help develop core muscles. Many autistic children have been shown to have a lack of “core” muscles used in sitting up, running, jumping and many other daily activities. The sit n spin helps to develop those muscles as well as gross motor skills while having fun!

Autism Games:
Build cause and effect. Many children with autism develop sensory issues. It is also shown that many autistic kids love spinning, or anything related to spinning. You can use the sit n spin for many language developing commands such as: spin, more, all done. Then build upper body strength by teaching them how to spin themselves!

Melissa & Doug Beginner Pattern Blocks

Description:
Being teaching your child to imitate and build patterns! Uses common shapes and vivid colors to help memorize colors as well as shapes. Easy to use word prompts with to help develop speech. 10 Wood pattern slats and 30 pieces.

Autism Games:
Learn Colors, Practice Imitation, Practice Parallel Play, and development of fine motor skills. Also, this type of play helps to build cognitive ability. Cognitive growth is essential in the development of speech and the fundamentals to begin teaching reading to your autistic child.

Melissa Doug Deluxe 10-Piece Blocks

Description:
Build a tower with this 10 piece alphabet nesting or stacking block set. Use the tower to develop fine motor skills. Also, use the letters to learn the alphabet. All children, especially autistic children love this game with the prospect of getting to knock them down at the end.

Autism Games:

Build cognitive ability with building up or learning to reverse the order and nest inside. All kids love to Build them high and then knock them down! Learn the Alphabet, count to 10, learn bigger and smaller…Great toy that will keep your child entertained for hours

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