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Posted 14/11/2015 4:00:35 PM
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Hi, I have a 11month old son who's been diagnose with a learn disability. I'm wondering if anyone had the same experience and what toys I could purchase to help him. My sister had suggested a push / pull toy. Any suggestions?
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Posted 27/11/2015 2:48:38 PM
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Hi, I have absolutely no experience with what might be best toy wise for a learning disability so I apologize in advance if my suggestions are rubbish :-S
I have a 2.5yo daughter and 10mo son. We currently have a few things from Fisher Price that we've been gifted from their Smart Stages range - the Laugh & Learn Smart Stages Puppy and the Train too. They both have three different levels that are supposed to be age appropriate playing songs with lyrics etc. My boy claps along to the music and I've noticed is pressing different buttons on the teddy and my daughter has started to be able to sing along with some of the words of the songs - ABC, twinkle twinkle little star, itsy bitsy spider.
They both are getting regular play.
Otherwise, building blocks or the big lego pieces that are easy to handle - they're always a winner. Hope you find some things that are helpful!
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Posted 28/11/2015 11:10:29 PM
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yea thank you
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