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Helpful Toys… For all Seven Senses

             The Toy Store Guide exists for one reason, to help people find cool toy stores that they can actually visit. Cool independent toy stores are submitted to us by toy collectors around the world, people we affectionately refer to as Toy Store Hunters. From time to time we get submissions for toy stores with only an online presence, and since the Metaverse hasn’t turned out to be like the OASIS in Ready Player One we have to decline making a profile.

We recently received an email from someone telling us about Seven Sensory Toys and how they sell toys and furniture for special needs kids. We were sad that they didn’t have a retail location for us to profile, but in researching them decided their mission was worth sharing. 

Seven Sensory Toys tries to deliver the best in sensory toys…
With the mission of helping kids, teens and adults overcome obstacles through PLAY.

Their website states, “Our wide selection of sensory toys, equipment and furniture are particularly beneficial to people who are on the Autism spectrum, have developmental delays, intellectual disabilities, sensory processing disorder, ASD, Asperger’s or that have sensitivities to light, sound and other experiences. Our primary mission is to help those with special needs live happy and healthy lives.”

Toys are a great way to engage children but it’s harder and harder these days to get children engaged in play. Seven Sensory Toys strives to offer products that can hopefully engage and help children develop. 

Lenny from Seven Sensory Toys told me that they are still at the early stages but hope to grow with more great toys and more valuable information that helps kids play, learn and grow. He went on to tell me, “We hope to provide some benefit and variety to all kids growing up and learning.”

With these powers combined… The Seven Senses

With the senses in mind Seven Sensory Toys curates a selection of toys that not only entertain, but also help develop critical skills including fine motor, early reasoning, sensory integration, observation, focus and listening, as well as social and emotional well-being and cooperative play. In fact, many toys help with the development of multiple senses at once.

“We focus on toys that offer some type of sensory stimulation for kids that need a bit more support but really toys are toys and our toys are great for all kids. There is never enough investment into our children so anything that we can bring to the table that helps is what we strive to do.”

– Lenny Tim (Seven Sensory Toys)

At Toy Store Guide we are constantly bragging how the toy community is all encompassing. Everyone is welcome at toy stores and toy shows. Toy Stores in particular are often social hubs for our friends with special needs. Seven Sensory Toys is another example of the toy community at its best. So, whether you are a parent of a child with special needs, a teenager that enjoys sensory experiences or an adult who wants to stay sharp, check them out at

Article By: Dave Conca

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