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Mar 27, 2013
Fidget Friendly Finds for Older Kids With Autism and Sensory Challenges
It can be tough to keep your mind on task when your body wants to stay in motion. These gadgets help teens and tweens keep on track.
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Have a LEGO lover in your life? Then the Eureka Ball by Creative Whack is for you. This kinetic toy uses 12 blocks and rare earth magnets to create endless design possibilities. Excellent as a fidget while encouraging right and left brain communication and problem solving. Warning: Keep away from pacemakers and young kids (small magnets are located in the toys and, if dislodged, are very dangerous if swallowed). For ages 14 and up. Find it at Fat Brain Toys for about $25.