Medical ID Bracelet: When children are out of their parents sight, whether it be at school, on the bus or on the playground, it is particularly important that a child's safety is priority. Especially for those with a medical condition or illness, it is vital to wear a medical ID bracelet to communicate with medical personnel. Medical ID Marketplace creates fashionable medical accessories that easily blend in with everyday pieces and will stand out to medical professionals. This bracelet can be found at www.hopepaige.com for $19.99.
NBA Baller Beats: Older children are searching on their smartphones or online for the newest, high-tech video game this holiday, and parents are looking for a game that can be fun while still causing their child to learn. NBA Baller Beats is the first ever motion-based sports video game using a real basketball in an interactive beats-driven experience. The motion-based quality combines music and sports to help children develop real life skills through imitation, coordination, and mobility and is a great way for older children to practice coordination and joint movement. Bounce the ball to the beat of 30 licensed tracks that span across decades and genres including hip-hop, rock and old school classics through three difficulty levels: Rookie, Pro, and Baller. NBA Baller Beats by Majesco Entertainment can be found at www.nbaballerbeats.com for $59.99.
Decorate Your Own: Every child has the ability to create, and this gift is the perfect way to showcase their colorful creativity! A Decorate Your Own toy, such as this Decorate your Fairy Tale Magnets by Melissa and Doug allows children to practice focus, following directions and exude their creativity on a platform much more exciting than a coloring book!
This Decorate Your Own Fairy Tale Magnets by Melissa and Doug can be found at their website or online at www.toysrus.com for $8.49.
LEGO: LEGO's allow children to let their imaginations run wild and create anything they choose! LEGO's such as LEGOs "My First LEGO Fire Station" will help children practice their focus and motor skills as they build. LEGO's My First LEGO Fire Station can be found online at www.shop.lego.com for $9.99.
Interactive Reading: Although reading doesn't appear to be the most hands-on activity, finding interactive books will allow your child to touch, move and learn as you read through the pages. Books such as My First Sounds Noisy Zoo! Book includes four animals on the side of the book, and with the touch of a finger, each animal makes sound, helping with focus, reading, memory and placement abilities. This My First Sounds book can be found at www.ToysRus.com for $9.99.
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