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hannah1BRONZE Member Member 2 posts Location: France
Posted: Wondering if any of you might have some suggestions. I have a 6 yr old who is autistic. When I had the poi out a few weeks ago she was quite excited and had a go but her coordination is grim. But I think she liked the feeling of the weight on the end of the string, and holding the tension. She also loved flying a kite this summer. So does anyone know of any other toys that give the same sensation of tension? Not sure where else to look or ask!! Tia.