Wooden toys inspire creative and imaginative play in children, whilst developing cognitive and problem-solving skills. The natural textures of wooden toys stimulate the child’s senses as they invite them to touch, feel and explore.
The open-ended nature of wooden toys means your child will be able to use the same item in multiple different ways. Because of their more basic shapes, wooden toys also help children build hand-eye coordination.
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One in fifty-nine children in the U.S. has an Autism Spectrum diagnosis. Boys are four times more likely to be diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder. These are children who need great toys that are not only fun to play with but can also help them grow and develop important skills. This holiday season, Autism Live, a unique website for Autism Community covering more than 102 countries, has curated a list of top toys and gifts in a wide range of categories and developmental levels to help you find the perfect gift to delight the children, teens and adults in your life who are on the Autism Spectrum.
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