What are the best accessible toys for people with learning disabilities?

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Do you have children who fidget so much you wish they had some fidget toys to play with?

Well here are some of the best fidget toys that I’ve found

There is a fidget toy which is good for people who have autism or ADHD as they can help manage stress and relieve the stress away, and it’s called pop fidget bubble.   This pop bubble fidget is a great sensory tool to relieve yourself, providing great sensory interaction, and is a great fidget tool for hair pullers, skin pickers and other sensory seekers.  Bright colors and pleasant sounds are sure to please any child.  The push pop bubble fidget sensory toy is portable, can be played in a car, restaurant, school, anywhere where children fidget.

Push pop bubble fidget sensory toys help to restore the mood, is a home essentials and parent-child games, great for kids with ADD or ADHD and people with OCD or high stress/anxiety levels

The Push pop fidget toy is made of food grade silicone material with excellent craftsmanship, non-toxic, tasteless, and could be reused and cleaned for a long time

The pop toy has endless fun, just press the mouse bubbles down and they make a slight popping sound, then flip it over and start again

It’s effective for restlessness and increasing mental skills and concentration.

Tangle Junior is ideal for children with busy fingers. They are quiet and easily hidden in a hand or under a desk, making it a discreet and unobtrusive fidget for school. Tangles of all sizes come in a variety of bright colours, and are durable enough for your child to take apart and put back together hundreds of times — in a hundred different ways.

The Monkey Ring is the perfect fidget for sensory-seeking children who need tactile stimulation. Its spiky rings are great for twisting, squeezing, grabbing, or even rolling across the skin to provide a soothing sensation to an overwhelmed child.  Monkey Rings are hypoallergenic, dishwasher safe, and free of harmful BPAs.

A handy sized colourful fidget puzzle toy, great for focusing minds and keeping fingers busy.

The Rainbow Fidget Puzzle Ball comes with 12 holes of different neon colours that match the 11 moveable coloured balls.

How to play: Shuffle the smalls balls by pushing one ball to empty the hole, and then another…the goal is to move the balls around until all the balls and holes match by colour.

Good for:

fine motor development; hand size puzzle, finger and wrist exercise.

fidget toy for focus and relaxing

brain teaser, forward planning and logical thinking

suitable for children and adults

hand and eye coordination skill development

sequencing and colour matching

FlexiBlox Fidget

The twisted puzzles are made of wood connected with elastic rope, durable enough for you to twist it.  Each mini puzzle is about 6.14 inches/ 15.6 cm after spreading, mini size for you to carry it in your pocket.  Each wooden puzzle has 6 colors, 12 blocks in total, color looks nice and bright.  This flexible puzzle can fully develop children’s intelligence, train hand-eye coordination and improve memory; Note: suitable for children over 12 years old.  Each bendable fidget puzzle can be twisted in any imaginable way, a lot of fun for fidgety people.

Beadeez Squishy Stress Balls with DNA Spiky Textures (3-Pack) Colorful Sensory Toy and Stress Relief for Kids, Adults – Squeezy Water Beads – Promote Calm Focus for ADHD, Autism

Squishy, Spiky, and Colorful Fun – Beadeez! stretchy stress balls feature DNA colored water beads and a spiky to provide both mental and physical stimulation in a safe, non-toxic toy that’s perfect for restoring focus and relieving stress or anxiety.

Exciting Sensory Toy Pack – This 3-pack of stress relief toys for adults and kids are small enough to be enjoyed at home, in the car, at work, or on the go, providing support for those with ADHD, autism, fidgeting, or stress-related behaviors.

Munchables Bubble Popper Fidget Toys are an engaging fidget toy that children are sure to love! One touch and your fingers can’t stop pushing, poking, and popping!


– Provides not only tactile but also auditory feedback when each bubble ‘pops’,

– Assists with learning fine motor skills,

– Diverts excess energy and assists with focus, and

– Cleans easily with soap and water

In summary, I would say that all of these could be useful and may help your children become less fidgety which will ease the pressure on parents to find things to keep them occupied .

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