Sunday, July 22, 2018

How A Snapology Franchise Is Great For Kids With Special Needs

This post has been sponsored by Nakturnal. All opinions are my own.


My son has been building things since he was tiny. He has autism, so I was always happy to see him concentrate on his creation. He would always get excited when he'd get new brick building toys.


I've always liked brick toys, because they do so much for kids with special needs like the following:


1. It works on their fine motor skills. My son has always had issues with this, so handling bricks and sticking them together was a big plus. I always liked for him to find fun ways to help with his fine motor skills.



2. It gives them a goal. My son would get large sets, and the goal would be to build them up with the instruction book. He would always be thrilled when he completed his creation. Once he built a gigantic helicopter! It took him like three hours and yeah, there were tears, but he finally finished. I love that he can learn through playing.



3. The bricks keep them busy. We all like quiet time! But the quiet time is a plus, because the kids are also learning. There are many different activities and things to build with brick sets. Plus, it can be a fun bonding experience with your child. My husband enjoyed helping our son put things together.

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4. It builds their confidence. When they are able to finish a project, they can feel accomplished. Life isn't always easy for kids with special needs, but this shows them that yes, they can complete a project if they put forth the effort.

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There are so many benefits to hands on learning. If you're looking to build confidence in your child, check out Snapology. Snapology is a partner for STEAM programs, and as you know, STEAM is important for kids. Snapology offers year round programs in schools, homes, community facilities, and discovery centers. (Check to see if there's one near you!)








Even better? You can join the Snapology franchise! It's a huge benefit, because you can be your own boss and excite your community.  It's always wonderful when you can find programs that help kids with special needs.  I know I'm always looking for ways to keep my son busy. The list of things that he enjoys is pretty small, but I know if I find a brick building area that he'll be good to go.

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If you start a Snapology franchise, it's going to be a huge hit, because Snapology is used for so many things: camps, workshops, playdates, scouting events, anti-bullying programs, corporate team building, birthday parties....the list goes on and on!

I know my kids will always love their brick toys. Even though they are older, they'll still drag out the bin and make different things.


So what are you waiting for? Start a Snapology franchise today!


Do your kids like building things?

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60 comments:

  1. I had never heard of Snapology, but I will definitely check it out. My son is also on the spectrum and Legos were always a huge hit for him (as were larger blocks when he was smaller). He is 13 now and doing so well. Best of luck to you. I get it!

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  2. I love seeing how everyday items are being used to enrich people's lives. It's even better when it's something you can do to fund your family.

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  3. Aaw! This is so sweet! It's so nice when you see your kid so confident and feeling like a hero for building up the bricks. This just reminds me when my young brother was smaller. Anyway, such a pretty baby and with Snapology, you know what's best for the kid.

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  4. I didn't hear about this project before but it sounds great! I think that building with blocks is beneficial for any child, and reading your points I can understand how it's so vital for children with autism.

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  5. It sounds like this has been a really great help to your son and has in the past helped him grown in confidence :)

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  6. That is so cool! I love the idea of being a part of something that helps kids and helps us at the same time.

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  7. I had all my brother's hand me down toys, so I got his block toys as well. While my friends were playing dress up, I was all about the blocks :p
    I think all kids should play with them growing up!

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  8. I've never heard of Snapology, this looks fantastic! My kids love building things. We have Tegu and they love wooden tanagram puzzles.

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  9. This sounds like an awesome company! I think building blocks can help kids of every need! I was never super into them as a kid though . . . I liked showing creativity through arts more.

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  10. I love the idea of this opportunity. Building things is a great exercise for all kids. My son always loved his Legos.

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  11. Snapology!? I've never heard of that! Sounds like an amazing toy with many benefits. Thanks for sharing!

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    1. I have to admit I've not heard of it before either but it seems like such a lovely thing for kids to build with.

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  12. These blocks were my boys favorite toy when they were little. They now like the smaller ones and have way too many.

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  13. My boys love legos and brick things. They also love rubix and snake cubes. Maybe they'll grow up to be archaeologists or something. I agree with bricks being great for building up fine motor skills. It definitely helps the brain in many ways.

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  14. Snapology sounds awesome! Definitely looking into it and hope there's one near me!

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  15. catherine shane cabuhatJuly 23, 2018 at 6:35 PM

    legos is such so great they improve in so many such thing as a toy into a art, constructed things even have a movies., and its so nice and good for our children to enhance their mind to build or create their wanted to.. great bonding moment ..

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  16. These are great! I know so many people that could use these!

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  17. That's a great line of toys to get behind. I've always loved this kind of toys that encourage kids to be creative and use their imaginations.

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  18. I love that there are places out there like this. Aven loves to build, but often gets frustrated if there are too many steps.

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  19. Growing up, when we our parents did not have ipads and smartphones to keep up occupied, my favorite toy was building block. I believe it helped me open my mind, get creative and stay busy all day. I would encourage parents to dedicate a time for their kids and control tech time and other activities.

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  20. When we were kids I loved playing with Lego. So much so that with my first salary I bought a big set of Lego. I feel kids of today need a bit of hands on activities like these.

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  21. What a wonderful form of edu-tainment for all kids. And as you point out, for kids with special needs. Love.

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  22. I have not heard of this brand but I am sure they will be a hit. I loved toys when I was little that didn't require you to follow instructions. Meanwhile my brother loved building a Millennium Falcon that had a million pieces

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  23. I've heard about this toy from a friend and it sounds amazing. I totally agree with you on these helping your child develop some skills.

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  24. I haven't heard of this brand specifically. They do look familiar. I do like that there are options like this out there.

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  25. Snapology is all the rage! Turning household items into household fun in priceless!

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  26. Yes, my kid loves building lego blocks even now that he is older. It is a fun way to get kids away from the computer.

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  27. This is such an awesome toy! The kids really do love playing with Snapology.

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  28. I am so thrilled to see how much the kids love this. Snapology is so worth getting!

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  29. It does sound like a wonderful idea. I know that building toys are timeless. They will NEVER not be useful.

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  30. Building blocks are amazing toys when it comes to promoting many developmental skills for kids. Great post!

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  31. This is a wonderful article! I knew that Snapology could help kids in learning while having fun, but never thought of the benefits it could have for kids with special needs!

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  32. I used to love building things!! And my nephews will LOVE this!!

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  33. It wonderful that these learning blocks are helpful for your son! I will check these out!

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  34. These toys are really great for kid's cognitive skills. Teaches them to be more focus, get creative, and so on.

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  35. His creations are truly amazing. My kids love to play with bricks too. Because it brings out their creativity and uses up their imagination.

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  36. I grew up playing with these or something similar. Brings back memories I bet they had fun playing with these.

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  37. My youngest would absolutely love this! She is always keeping busy and love to build, so this up her alley! Thanks for this!

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  38. I love Snapology, such a great program and the benefits for kids are amazing. Thanks so much for sharing your story :)

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  39. What a wonderful post! This seems like an amazazing program for kids. I think my kids would like these. Thanks for sharing! :)

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  40. I've never heard of snapology. It sounds like such a great idea. My daughter loves to build things too!

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  41. I love buying gifts for my grandkids that are fun, entertaining and that help with their fine motor skills. It's pretty cool that you can buy a Snapology franchise.

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  42. They just opened one of these places near me! I've been meaning to check it out, as my son is all about STEM.

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  43. I have so many young neices and nephews who would love a building toy like this. I will look to buy this for some birthday and holiday gifts.

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  44. My oldest son used to love to play with bricks and blocks and build things. My youngest son has never really been into it much.

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  45. I love seeing these bricks. I will remember the Snapology place, that is so awesome!

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  46. My son loves building things and he has ADHD and this is great for him so I will be checking it this as it would be nice to have a business of my on.

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  47. I haven't heard of Snapology but I know my kids love blocks. I think your little guy's creation looks awesome.

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  48. When my son was younger he loved building things. I would have tons of legos at our home for him to play with.

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  49. My kids like building things, but not with Legos. They use everything else they can find.

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  50. I'm not familiar with Snapology, but my daughter loves building with blocks. She has always loved Legos, even from the time she was little, playing with Duplo.

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  51. This sounds like a wonderful toy for kids! I have a friend, who would be really interested in this company. I'll share this with her!

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  52. That sounds like the perfect toys for the kids. It's really important that the toys are educational and it helps them develop skills that they're going to need as they grow up. It's definitely worth getting this.

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  53. I've never heard of Snapology, but it looks like they have some really fun building toys! My son loved blocks and bricks when he was younger. We have tubs and tubs of them!

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  54. My kids love to build things too, we use the Jenga game as blocks. I never heard of Snapology before but it sounds so awesome!

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  55. When my son was little, building blocks and legs are his favorite. This is the first time I heard about snapology.

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  56. I have absolutely no idea about toys like this so it's great that you're sharing how Snapology helps kids especially those with special needs. I think it's something that parents should look into.

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  57. I think all of my nieces and nephews have had these bricks and LOVED them! They are great for imagination and hand eye coordination! Love them!

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  58. My daughter would love these! That is a fact, she loves to build. I will let my husband know, they would both love it.

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