Cocktail dress + snow boots, good thing NY Fashion Week is over!
After a monster pre-Toy Fair snow storm (fittingly named Nemo!) threatened to derail months of careful planning, the ThinkFun team braved the elements, the train gods smiled upon the DC-NY route, and we successfully made our way to New York for the show… and [...]
Toys R Us has just published the newest Toy Guide for Differently-Abled Kids! For over 20 years, this guide has served as a fantastic resources for parents, teachers, and therapists who work with children with a range of different learning needs.
Roll & Play (bottom right) is featured in the new Toys R Us Guide
The following post is by Ellen Metrick of the National Lekotek Center, the country’s central source on toys and play for children with special needs.
Games have a way to bring families together. There are games that cater to big groups, small gatherings, different ages and yes, different abilities. Children who have disabilities may [...]
2010 Toy guide for Differently Abled Kids
Toys “R” Us, Inc. has released the 2010 edition of the Toys “R” Us Toy Guide for Differently-Abled Kids, featuring actress Holly Robinson Peete, mother of a son with autism, and 6-year-old Tommy Austing on the cover. Released annually, the guide helps parents of [...]