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Learning Resources Gears! Gears! Gears!

“Mom! I made a crawling caterpillar! … A rolling racecar! … A … thing!” With a whopping 95 pieces, Gears! Gears! Gears! Basic Building Set is a fantastic first construction toy for young builders. Bright, sturdy, uniformly sized plastic gears slip smoothly onto pegs on the square bases, which are easily linked together in any number of ways. Pillars and extenders expand the dimensional possibilities sideways, up, and out. Your 3-year-old will be an instant success at inventing any number of masterpieces with moving, working parts. Gears! Gears! Gears! holds plenty of intrigue for older siblings as well. An activity guide with instructions in English, Spanish, French, and German is included. And, as your little inventor grows, the basic set is perfectly compatible with other Gears! Gears! Gears! sets, including Wacky Factory and the Pulleys Plus accessory set. –Julie Ubben

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Vtech – MobiGo Touch Learning System – Pink

Vtech – MobiGo Touch Learning System – Pink

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Guidecraft G99002 Sensory Stepping Stones

Toys & Games > Toys > Learning Toys Close your eyes and feel the tactile patterns of the Sensory Stepping Stones. Each stone has a recognizable texture and

Els for Autism Golf Challenge

This year we’re going to play great golf but we’re also going to accept the challenge of raising money to create the Els Center of Excellence, a model

Autism Talk TV: Episode 2 – Take Control of Asperger’s

We sat down with Janet Price and Jennifer Engel Fisher, the authors of Take Control of Asperger's Syndrome: The Official Strategy Guide for Teens With Asperger's Syndrome and

Autism Education Bundle “Shapes & Colors”

This is an innovative learning kit designed for Autistic children or any child with special learning and developmental needs. The ABA Learning Kit, along with the

Jan 14 2008 Potty Learning

Getting started

11 year old child with autism success story 602-471-0346Kim Yamamoto Arizona Advocates fights for Arizona school rights for children with ADHD, Autism, Aspergers, Downs syndrome, & other learning disabilities. We focus our efforts representing parents

Prepping for Potty Learning

Jack appears to be showing an interest in the bathroom. Wonder if it will

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