Translate Translate hold informal monthly meetings for adults with Aspergers and those who love them. One of the oldest games known to man, chess is a highly engaging pastime for people with autism and is both rewarding and exciting to play. My son didn't like the small one so much, but we have the big one in the back yard. All varieties of tops, balls, marbles, Punching balls, Ribbon Wands, Slinkys, Koosh balls, and yoyos, Paddle balls, Ball and cups, Rocking horses, rocking chairs. Unless you have been living under a rock, you might have noticed that most autists like love trains. Maybe a trampoline to jump on, or a tunnel to crawl through? A small tent with packing peanuts in it.
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With multiple online sites dedicated to telling you the more interesting locations for locomotive watching like this one herethe train spotting scene is bigger than ever before. Unlike poetry, art allows people with autism who struggle with words or are non-verbal, to show their emotions, without words, and as a result is used for some therapy sessions. Thank you for reading and I will see you next Saturday for more thoughts from across the spectrum. Away from screens, he enjoys boxes of Kleenex, ripping old magazines, and the dry erase board. My 8yr old that has autism loves playing with the ipod touch and i pad The Leapster hand held games is fun for my son, and he loves it to calm himself down after a meltdown. Quiet time with an interactive, virtual pet is good for those who can process the ways to activate them!