BuckleRoo Seat Belt Buckle Guard

Do you have a problem with your child unbuckling his or her seat belt?  A possible solution to help keep your child safe is the BuckleRoo Seat Belt Guard.  The BuckleRoo is a “simple little device with a great big job: keeping children safe by preventing them from releasing their seat belt while you’re driving.”To […]

3 GPS Smartwatches for Children

Smartwatches are an ideal solution if you’re not ready to give your child a smartphone, but want to stay connected with them.  There are so many smartwatches designed specifically for children that feature GPS tracking and so much more.  Keep on reading to learn which wearable may work best for you and your child’s needs. […]

3 American Sign Language Apps for Children

I’ve covered many apps and technologies that help teach American Sign Language over the years.  However, a majority of these are geared towards teenagers and adults.  For the purpose of today’s blog, I wanted to shift my focus on three apps that teach and practice American Sign Language for children. 3 American Sign Language Apps […]

Parcel of Courage

Early learners, especially those with special needs, may seldom sit and listen to a story nowadays.  Their young minds yearn to learn and interact with their surroundings.  Storybook apps have taken storytelling to a whole new level with colorful graphics and fun interactive activities.  “A Parcel of Courage” is one such app that tells a heartwarming story […]

8 Exciting Fidgets for Adults

Last week, I wrote a featured blog discussing 5 different fidgets for children with special needs.  Within hours of publishing, the article gained a tremendous amount of attention due to the prevalence of fidgeting among children with and without special needs.  (After all, children will be children and they just have to move!)  As you probably already know, children are not the […]

Smash-a-Ball: Electronic toy for visually impaired

Nadia Guevara and Pedro Bori are both educational psychologists with years of experience of working with children with visual impairments.  Play is an essential part to a child’s development, especially his or her cognitive development.  Guevara and Bori realized there aren’t many options available for children with visual impairments so they came up with a solution: […]