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Gift Shopping (for special needs)

You guys! I am not lying when I tell you this is the first year (maybe ever) that I’ve not had most of my Christmas shopping done by Thanksgiving – or at least a plan for what I need to order online. This year? For some reason (doctor appointments, med issues, school challenges anyone?) I’m way behind. This is why I’m fairly happy to be clicking through looking at a gift guide.

I’ve had the pleasure of checking out the Mayer-Johnson website (for the last hour) and I’m excited because I may have just found a couple of things for the kids in their Gift Giving Guide. Honestly, y’all, look at the way the guide is organized…Gift Giving Guide 

Shop by Price * Category * Solution 

I love how it’s organized by price levels so we can select by budget. Easy to shop by category/product type and of by special need solution. I want to get my boy this F-R-A-N-G-O (Bingo) and my girl this Verbal Volley. The cool thing you can also do is click into a product and on the left bar you’ll find more organization, including by teacher, caregiver/parent and therapist. I know. Handy, right? I’m thinking a gift for our favorite special education teacher…maybe something like this Penguins on Ice Math Activity!

If you order before December 18, you can get it by Christmas and spend over $50 and shipping is free.

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