Hasbro, Inc. and The Autism Project teamed up to create ToyBox Tools™, a free, evidence-based, online resource where caregivers and educators can find tools to make play easier and more accessible for children with developmental disabilities. ToyBox Tools™ is a collaboration connecting evidence-based practices with classic Hasbro toys.
Teaching Play to People of All Ages and Abilities
ToyBox Tools™ can help children and adults experience the joy of play with three levels of tools available for those who need support: basic play, expanding play and social play levels.
Parents, educators and caregivers can visit the ToyBox Tools™ site, access the tools they need, download and print them for use at home, in the community or in the classroom. Each level caters to different aspects of play that children may need help with, like simply introducing the toy and how to use it, experiencing alternative ways to play with a toy and encouraging turn-taking with peers. ToyBox Tools™ recognizes that parents and caregivers know their child’s ability best and encourages them to use their judgment in selecting the right product and level of play appropriate for their child.
- Rescue Bots - Flip Racers Griffin Rock Construction Team
- Rescue Bots - Flip Racers Griffin Rock Racing Team
- Baby Alive - Lil Slumbers
- Baby Alive - Sweet Tears Baby
- Playskool - Chase 'N Go Magic Ball Popper
- Playskool - Play Favorites Form Fitter
- Transformers - The Last Knight 1-Step Turbo Changer - Bumblebee
- My Little Pony - Friendship is Magic Princess Celestia Feature Wings Plush
- Chutes and Ladders
Choose one of the classic Hasbro toys at www.toyboxtools.hasbro.com with accompanying Play Book, Play Mat (when necessary), and supports. The Autism Project's "How To" Tool Kit will assist you as you set up the play scenario and support you teaching your child or student.
We're working together to make the joy of play accessible to all.
"How To" Toolkit
Use TAP's helpful "How To" toolkit to support your child or student in play.