Toy Insider’s Chief Toy Officer Laurie Schacht joined Great Day Live in Tampa to show off some great holiday toys that parents of differently abled kids can buy for a special holiday season. For more on the items featured in this segment, check out the product notes below, and for the complete rundown of the best toys of the holiday season, be sure to check our complete Toy Insider Holiday Gift Guide.
This tub includes multiple colors of slime, mix-ins, and other unicorn-themed items designed for manual, sensory play. The slime is designed to be non-sticky and easy to clean.
Friendly TV series characters bring math learning to life this back to school season! Numberblocks are the friendly characters from the award-winning CBeebies/BBC series. Kids can use the special-edition MathLink Cubes Numberblocks to build their own characters. Kids can see how numbers really work as they build their own Numberblocks from one to 10. Kids can do 30 activities which closely follow the episodes from series one-three. It includes 100 MathLink Cubes Numberblocks, 54 stickers, 59 faceplates, 11 numberlings, 11 character cards, 15 double-sided write n’ wipe activity cards, one stand for zero and one activity guide.
This all-in-one finger knitting kit creates six trendy winter wearables with irresistibly soft yarn. Kids can make three wearables at a time then unravel the fun and knit something new! Kids can choose from a pompom hat or fingerless gloves, an ear warmer or a pair of boot cuffs, and a wrap scarf or an infinity scarf. Each kit comes with step by step instructions and a video tutorial to follow along.