Special Needs Games & Activities


Bilibo

Bilibo

From $39.95

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Flashing Dice

Flashing Dice

$3.95

Avalanche Fruit Stand Game

Avalanche Fruit Stand Game

$39.95

Orbo

Orbo

$18.95

Tricky Fingers

Tricky Fingers

$19.95

Slapzi

Slapzi

$26.95

Numbers Bean Bag Set

Numbers Bean Bag Set

$19.95

Quoits Ring Toss Set

Quoits Ring Toss Set

$24.95

Avocado Smash

Avocado Smash

$14.95

Bananagrams

Bananagrams

$24.95

Barrel Of Monkeys

Barrel Of Monkeys

$5.95

Buildzi

Buildzi

$49.95

Alphabet Bean Bags Set

Alphabet Bean Bags Set

$49.95

Bllox

Bllox

$36.95

Games made specifically for special needs children are one of the best ways to develop their mental and physical capabilities in children. We have various games for children with special needs, to help them improve in the areas they find most difficult while having lots of fun!

Our learning games for kids are a great way that kids can remain engaged in their learning during playtime. Through careful consideration, our games for special needs kids can be a great tool for guiding children’s essential development.

Our special needs games and activities include board games, flash card games, games for general playtime and much more. They are perfect for use at home or in the classroom, and can be fantastic for kids with developmental conditions such as Autism, ADHD, ADD and more.

Slapzi is an extremely popular game of matching, where players have to match one of their five cards to the centre card as fast as they can. With large, colourful pictures and a range of cards covering simple and complex concepts, Slapzi is a fun, competitive game that can be played by almost anyone.

Quoits is a game that no doubt everyone has played at some point in their life. Quoits is a traditional ring toss game, where players aim to land their rope around pegs of varying point scores. The game is great for developing fine and gross motor skills, as well as encouraging kids to use simple maths to tally scores.

Our Joey Jump Bean Bag Launcher is an activity where kids stomp on the bean bag launcher, sending the soft bags up high into the air. This encourages the development of skills that they will need such as balancing and catching, in a fun and engaging manner.