Books are a critical part of every young child’s development. You probably remember certain books you had as a child that taught you about animals, shapes, colors, numbers and more.
For children with autism, books are a great sensory toy that can help them recognize emotions, understand social cues, and receive valuable sensory input.
We’ve gathered a short list of our favorite interactive, sensory, or counting books to help your child’s development in a fun and stimulating way.
Point to Happy
Never Touch a Monster
Touch! My Big Touch-and-Feel Word Book
The Ocean (Touch and Explore)
Dog’s Colorful Day
The Three Little Pigs: A Nosy Crow Fairy Tale
Ten Pigs: An Epic Bath Adventure
Enjoy the Best Books to Touch, Learn, and PlaY
For children with autism, books are a great way to combine playtime with critical development of knowledge and skills. These books provide a stimulating visual, or sometimes tactile, sensory experience while teaching them about emotions, social cues, counting and numbers, and more.
This list includes our favorite interactive, sensory, and counting books for young children with autism. If you purchase one of these books, let us know what you thought!
Sensory toys are those that give autistic children the sensory inputs that they desire. These sensory inputs include visual, tactile, and vestibular inputs, among others. For children undergoing Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA), these toys can provide the rewards used to reinforce positive behaviors.
With Christmas right around the corner, we wanted to show our top 10 sensory toys for children with autism.
1) Therapy Swings
2) Balance Board/Teeter
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