Best 10 Sensory Toys for Autistic Children

Locating the perfect fidget, stim, whirly toy and “recreational tool” that satisfies your autistic toddler’s and kid’s sensory cravings could be difficult. Without doubt, fidget spinners are for autistic children of all ages. Below you will find recreational items and toys that will bring much joy and allow your child to thrive in his/her world.

Swings

Swings are a sensory favorite because they provide both vestibular and proprioceptive input while engaging your child in exciting play.
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Super Spinner Swing

This item is not costly and could handle more than one child, and the solid base is very unlikely to bother a sensory kid.

Pure Fun Rocker Kids Seesaw

Rocker Seesaw

This sensory toy provides a ton of vestibular input. Two or three kids can ride it for hours at the same time!

Scooter Board with Handles

The classic gym toy is quite fantastic and an affordable way to perform many sensory activities.

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Portable, Foldable Trampoline

This is by far the most popular autistic child’s go-to sensory toy.

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Exercise Stability Ball

This must be the most used sensory equipment.

TANGLE Set of 3 Jr. Original Fidget Toy

Fidgets

These fidgets meet an autistic child’s tactile and movement needs.

Water Beads Sensory Pack

They are highly popular and your child can play with the slimy water beads, and then make his/her own squishy stress ball.


Wobble Chair

You cannot sit still in this chair, which is highly recommended.

Wavee Board

If your child likes rocking on a chair, this simple board will help him/her focus and also get the wiggles out while staying in one place.
All of the above 10 “toys” can be ordered at Amazon.

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