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Something Special for Christmas

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Something Special Toys

Something Special remains hugely popular with children and their parents.  In the show Mr Tumble and Justin help children learn how to communicate and encourage language development using Makaton. It’s entertaining, educating and lots of fun.  We have a wonderful collection of Something Special toys that fans of the show will love to find under the Christmas tree. Here’s a small sample of what you’ll find right here on Golden Bear and available through our partners.

Something Special Sensory Playtime Activity Centre

Act fast as these are already selling out! The sensory activity centre is based on the fun house in the show. There are plenty of things for little ones to play with and to discover through play. The activity centre is designed to appeal to children on the autistic spectrum and all Mr Tumble fans, with lots of textures used, sounds, spinning cogs and windows and the bright colours. Find out more, here.

Something Special Extra Large Cuddly Mr Tumble

Mr Tumble is 50cm tall and he loves cuddles. A great addition for his fans who are looking for a cuddly friend to have adventures with. Our Mr Tumble is suitable for children over 10 months and he has an opening waistcoat and shoes. He’s also super soft and made from different textured materials.

Something Special Mr Tumble Pick n’ Match Pairs Game

A fun game that features favourite characters from Something Special including Mr Tumble himself, Grandpa Tumble and Aunt Polly. Suitable for children over 36 months, the game is played by turning the cards face down before trying to find two cards with the same picture on. The player who has the most pairs wins the game. The Pick n’ Match game is designed to help children learn about taking turns, develop visual memory and learn communication skills with the Makaton that is placed in each of the cards.

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