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AblePlay rates Miniland Educational Toys for special needs children

Published on: 25th February 2014

DKL has announced that Miniland Educational’s Pair Game, Abacolor Maxi and Superpegs Mini, are rated as qualified products for special needs children by AblePlay rating system.DKL-AblePlay-300

AblePlay is a toy rating system that provides comprehensive information on toys for children with special needs. AblePlay was created so parents, special educators, therapists and others can make the best decisions when purchasing products for children in their lives with disabilities. AblePlay has designed an easy to understand rating system that focuses on the developmental areas of cognitive, sensory, communication, physical and social/emotional abilities of a child.

The Pair Game, Abacolour Maxi and Super Pegs Mini were well rated by AblePlay. Each toy is focused on developing skills through play including memory/concentration, visual discrimination, logical reasoning and dexterity. Each toy comes with colourful and engaging activity cards. These products are part of Minilands Educational Corner which have been completely redesigned for 2014; with new packaging and fun themes.

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