What other games are suitable for students with special needs?
- Fidget Toys Sensory Bundle Set.
- Tumbling Monkeys.
- Bilibo Child Seat.
- Feelings in a Flash.
- Vtech Tote & Go Laptop.
- Teachable Touchable Texture Squares.
- Basic Skills Busy Board.
- Counting and Sorting Bears.
How do you entertain children with special needs?
- Balloon Volleyball.
- Dig In.
- Find the Puzzle Piece.
- Fun in the Tub.
- Gelatin Fishbowl.
- Get Creative With Shaving Cream.
- Living Room Campout.
- Read Together.
How do you adapt a game for a disabled child?
- Kids with disabilities want to play, just like any other kids. They want to interact, be active, socialize, make friends and join in the fun.
- Playing tag. Instead of trying to touch one another, use a safe and soft object like a foam pool noodle.
- Hide and seek.
What games help dyslexia? Games such as Articulate (word describing), Balderdash (improving reading ability) and Scrabble (a favourite among early readers) help the child to practice their reading skills in a fun, stress-free way. We’d also like to highlight that the smallest change could make a difference to a dyslexic individual.