Sheriff Woody switch adapted toy
“There’s a snake in my boots”, “reach for the sky”, “yer my favourite deputy”
Sheriff Woody is one of three new switch adapted and accessible toys we have introduced as part of our new 2012 collection. Take a look at the Special-Needs-Toys website now.
We are trying to make it easier for parents and carers to find appropriate toys by suggesting an age range suitability. As a guide we are suggesting three age ranges:
3 to 6 years , 6 to 10 years and 10 to teens
These are suggestions and clearly there will be overlap depending on each individuals like, and abilities.
We’ll be adding more switch toys and gadgets to the range over the next weeks and months.
I first saw this toy several years ago and when I came across it again I knew Penguin Racer just had to be in our catalogue.
Children will find the action mesmerising; watching as the penguins are hoisted up the ski-lift ladder, then sliding quickly down the winding slope before they do it all over again. Only when they release the switch will the penguins stop for a ‘breather’.
This is one of a series of new switch accessible toys we have introduced. Take a look at the complete range of switch adapted special needs and sensory toys on the home page of Excitim’s special-needs-toys website.
Searching for sensory musical toys? Here are some ideas.
Take a look at these two sensory musical toys; all are suitable for young children (3-5 years) who are blind, partially sighted or experience hearing difficulties. Based on the recommendations of the RNIB these toys will help develop your child’s sensory awareness by:
- improving hand and eye co-ordination
- learning about sound and pitch
- entertainment and imagination
The trumpet and drums are two of the musical toys available on our in Sensory Musical Toys section. As well as sensory plush and rattle toys we produce a wide range of award winning switch adapted and accessible toys for children aged 3 to 6 years, 6 to 10 years and 10 to teens.
The ultimate boy band …. hard at work making lots of music (well, more likely loud noise) but having fun.
Learn more about choosing sensory toys.
Contact us if you have questions.