From sensory toys to books and toys that represent diversity and inclusion, we’ve got you covered!
From sensory toys to books and toys that represent diversity and inclusion, this gift guide has something for all. Whether you’re shopping for your child or needing a gift to take to a party, we’ve got you covered!
There are many benefits of sensory toys such as reducing anxiety, increasing concentration, and encouraging language and motor skills. When it comes to sensory toys, they are often recommended for Autistic children as they allow quiet play and have little to no noise, being a great option for children with sensory hypersensitivity. Kmart have excellent budget-friendly sensory toys, with new toys arriving every month. Kidstuff and individual Etsy stores are also great for sensory gifts.
Children’s faces light up when they see themselves and those they know represented in toys. Gifting a toy that encourages diversity and inclusion is a great way to help children feel seen, as well as to teach them about what is outside their door.
Well-known toy maker Mattel are leading the way, with creating the first-ever doll with scoliosis, known as the Chelsie Barbie.
Story time is a great time to introduce and chat about diversity and inclusion. Why not add one of these books to your little ones bookshelf?
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