Description of toys designed to provide sensory stimulation and feedback to children.
Alongside the new Tolo car and Pony Club we have also added two new switch adapted plush toys to our catalogue. Both are available on the Special-Needs-Toys website and from our distribution partners in UK and Europe.
These toys will help stimulate your child in differing ways:
Thomas Old McDonald Bear sings “Old McDonald had a farm” and makes animal noises. Encourage your child to copy them.
Peek-a-Boo Dolly engages your child in a game of peek-a-boo.
Both of these new switch adapted plush toys can be activated by pressing a standard 3.5mm switch connected to the toy or by using the in-built switch.
This autumn we have added two new switch adapted cars to our catalogue. The first is the Tolo First Friends Pony Club and the other is the Tolo First Friends Car.
Both are switch accessible using any standard 3.5mm switch and when pressed the child is rewarded by hearing and seeing:
– engine start-up noises
– a honking horn
– flashing head lights and red brake lights
– movement as the cars drive along for about 1 metre.
Both cars are great but I guess some will like the added play elements of the pony and trailer. Which would your child like most? Get in touch.
We have a new addition to our series of switch adapted Talking, Singing and Dancing toys: Lena Lamb and she’s absolutely adorable.
Press the switch in her arm or one connected to the external socket and she will recite five nursery rhymes:
- “Humpty Dumpty”
- “Hichory Dickory Dock”
- “Jack and Jill”
- “Little Bo Peep” and,
- “Twinkle twinkle little star”
She’s surface washable and comes with batteries. Just connect a switch and let the children play.