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For the past 13 years, Toys "R" Us has published a "Toy Guide for Differently-Abled Kids," originally in print and now at www.toysrus.com/differentlyabled. It offers tips for buying mainstream toys based on factors like multisensory appeal, safety and potential for interaction.

The toys in the catalog have been evaluated by Lekotek (www.lekotek.org), a nonprofit organization in Chicago that aims to make play more accessible for children with disabilities. Each item is tagged with symbols showing which abilities the toy may help promote, like social interaction, fine motor skills or language development.