Best Sensory and Fidget Toys For Autism and SPD

Games for autistic kids Products for People with Autism

The best sensory and fidget toys for autism, SPD, ADD, ADHD, etc. Here are some of Abbie’s favorite sensory toys to play with.

Here are some customer reviews to the products revied on the movie

Unicorn Poop Slime Customer review

This product is a charming idea. But that’s it. The unicorn is adorable, and I wanted this to work for my daughter. But after attempting to get it to make and poop slime for an hour, then trying to clean the d*#€ thing for 20 minutes, I say it looks cuter in the trash can. 

Chain Fidget Customer review

The flippy chain doesn’t distract or draw attention (unlike its cousin, the fidget spinner). It Is perfect for using In classrooms, offices, meetings, airplanes, etc.… 100% SATISFACTION: If you don’t LOVE the flippy chain fidget, hit us up for a full refund. We’re only happy if you’re happy. 

Thinking Putty Customer review 

My family had the chance to try out three-holiday colors of Crazy Aaron’s Thinking Putty this past month. … It was the Alien Ooze glow-in-the-dark color, retail packaged as Smart Mass exclusively for ThinkGeek. … I need to make clear that this not Silly Putty. … Crazy Aaron’s Puttyworld. 

More Putty Customer review 

Standout features. Cost: As a free, open-source application, PuTTY is a no-brainer compared to most commercial terminal applications. Choices: Between the wide variety of protocols that it supports and the options for connections, PuTTY fills many needs, particularly less everyday tasks like using SCP and SFTP. 

Stretchy Fidgets Customer review 

 They’re perfect for sensory and tactile stimulation. Made with high-quality custom formulated materials, they are hypoallergenic, non-toxic, and free of BPAs, phthalates, and latex. Our stretchy strings are robust, durable and safe for kids and adults alike 

Mad Matter Customer review 

 Fans of Kinetic Sand are loving Mad Mattr, but for different reasons. … Some who didn’t like the gritty texture of Kinetic Sand find they enjoy Mad Matt. … However, if kids’ hands are wet when they play with Mad Mattr, they may end up with a slight tint. 

Kinetic Sand Customer review 

My household loves this kinetic sand! It is so fun to mold and more comfortable to work with than basic play-doh or clay. It can get a little messy, but we keep it in a tray to … 

Marble Fidget Customer review  

The 12-pack is a great value! Love these little fidgets. They are soft and make very little noise. The stitching isn’t super high quality, and a few have lost their marbles after light use, but the quantity makes up for it. 

 
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