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Something Special for Christmas

Posted by Lynette Hammond on

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...

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Save £10 with the Mr Tumble Complete Collection

Posted by Lynette Hammond on

Mr Tumble fans love our collection of toys that complement the popular show on CBeebies and now we have good news for mums and dad’s too! The Mr Tumble Complete Collection includes three of popular toys in the collection, includes free next day delivery and saves you £10! It’s a great deal, perfect to put up for Christmas or as a special treat.  Included in the exclusive bundle are: Mr Tumble Talking Soft Toy – Encourage imaginative play with cuddly Mr Tumble, who is also designed to help develop sound recognition.  Press his tummy and Mr Tumble will say well-known...

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Something Special, Mr Tumble and Autistic Children

Posted by Lynette Hammond on

Autism is a developmental condition that affects more than 1 in 100 children in the UK. It’s not a condition that can be outgrown.  Autism can make it difficult for children to communicate and relate to others. The sensory processes can also be affected.  Some children need to have a good routine in place and partaking in repetitive activities and they may not be able to cope very well with changes.  Children with autism might need to get help in their development and this can mean working together with doctors and one or more specialists including speech and language specialists....

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World Autism Awareness Week 2016

Posted by Lynette Hammond on

  This week is World Autism Awareness Week. The aim of the week is to raise awareness and make a difference to the lives of those with autism in the UK. In 2015, 5,000 people took part in the first awareness week and together they managed to raise over £235,000, which was used to help autistic people and their families. It is hoped that more people will get involved in 2016. How Can You Help? You can hold a fundraising activity or perhaps take part in the night walks for autism that take place on April 2nd.  The walks were...

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Something Special Mr Tumble Interactive Toy Review

Posted by Lynette Hammond on

We love to read reviews of our toys, so we were delighted when Wendy Hirst popped along to visit us on Facebook and leave a review for our Mr Tumble Interactive Toy on our wall. Thanks Wendy! Wendy owns the Spectrum of Life blog, she’s a mum of 4, 2 of her boys have autism and her daughter has been diagnosed with ADHD. Wendy was sent the Something Special Mr Tumble Interactive Toy to review with her youngest son, Zak, a major fan of CBeebies. Wendy and her children were already aware of Mr Tumble from his television show Something...

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