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10-10-2016 17:02 #41
10-10-2016 17:04 #42
And on going for walks to collect things, you should see the little bag attached to ds' scooter, it's full of so many rocks, old leaves, plastic caps! He loves finding sticks as well.
10-10-2016 17:54 #43
10-10-2016 20:16 #44Junior Member
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Do u have a toy library near u? My son sounds very similar and this has been great for us. We go once a fortnight and he chooses some toys to borrow. Really good for trying new things and large items that are too expensive. Ours even has ride on cars/bikes, tunnels and climbing equipment which he has loved. Could help with his attention span as u can pick things he wouldn't normally play with. I might try some sensory play too, thanks everyone for the great ideas!
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