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Home > Shopping > Special Needs > Toys for Children with Down Syndrome


Toys for Children with Down Syndrome



Down Syndrome Doll - White Blonde Boy
This boy doll is made with distinguishing Down syndrome features and will make a cuddly companion for any little one. The soft material of the body and yarn hair are comforting to the touch for a young child and the bright colors of the clothing will provide visual stimulation.


Kid O Bilibo
This open-ended toy simply looks like a shell or a hat. However this "shell" does not have a specific use, but is open to the child's imagine. She can sit inside and spin in it, use it to collect items, pretend it is some object, or anything else the child can dream up!


Educo Supermaze
Developing fine motor skills is important for children with Down syndrome. This toy is the classic wire and bead maze that helps child follow the path along each wire for a great way to help child with coordination and learning colors.


Educo Switchback Racetrack
This wooden racetrack toy will help build child's hand and eye coordination. Toy is made with two tracks and four cars for a fun race to the finish! Children will love to play with this toy alone or with a friend!


Weplay Stack n' Stack
The Weplay Stack n' Stack blocks consist of rectangular, square, and triangular shaped blocks that are ready for any child's imagination. Kids can stack them into any shape they want and play time begins! Block set promotes gross motor development, shapes knowledge, and open-ended playtime.

Children's Factory Down Syndrome White Girl Doll- Blonde
This sweet girl doll with blonde pigtails is made with features resembling a child with Down syndrome. Little girls with Down syndrome will have their very own doll that embraces her own special beauty. Toy is made with soft material and outfitted in bright red clothing.

Children s Factory Down Syndrome Light Brown Boy Doll with Black Hair
This doll is as special as the sweet child who cuddles with it! This doll is made with Down syndrome features by Children's Factory. The soft materials of this doll provide lots of cuddling opportunities.


Down Syndrome Doll - Light Brown Girl
"She looks like me!" Little ones with Down syndrome will love to hold this beautiful soft doll featuring Down syndrome characteristics. Her soft material will be a welcomed addition to play time and cuddle time. Her bright outfit provides additional visual stimulation.


Challenge your little one with a fun game of riverstone stepping without the worry of getting wet! This set includes six stepping stones: three large stones which are sized 1' 2" x 3" and three smaller stones sized 10" x 2". Riverstones can be set up to be any level of difficulty and makes a great activity for gross motor skill development.


Throwing Game
Help kids learn hand and eye coordination with this timeless throwing game! The board features four different colored sections propped up on a stand. The set includes six soft balls for children to use to throw into the sections on the board.





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