Devoted to Special Needs Student

Great News for the Families in North Harris Co.
They have a New Educational Supply Store!!!

Funtastic Learning Toys Educational Supply Store for Special Needs children in Harris County, Houston, Texas

New Back-To-School Hours
Monday – Friday: 8:30am – 6:30pm
Saturday: 10:00am – 4:00pm
Sunday: Closed


Not only do we support families with Special Needs children, but also provide products and services to enhance Teachers, Schools, and Businesses involved with the education and development of children in the Houston Texas area. Visit our New Business Portal.


Learning is BEST while having FUN

Our Name Says It All. We provide products that add FUN to learning in all products from Funtastic Learning Toys.

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Music is Therapy

We provide basic musical instruments to explore music as therapy for a child.

S.T.E.M. Activities

We are strong support of S.T.E.M. learning
(Science Technology Engineering Mathematics)

Babies can communicate through sign language before they can speak.

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Upcoming Events

Supporting TSNO Region 4 44TH Annual Belle Blackwell School Nurse Conference

July 15th, 2022
Klein Multipurpose Center
7500 FM 2920
Klein, TX 77379

As a Vendor for many of the School Districts within TSNO Region 4, Funtastic Learning Toys was honored to be invited to support the Annual Belle Blackwell School Nurse Conference.

The Conference was a great experience.

Sponsor for 2022 Kinetic Kids Expo in San Antonio, Texas

Kinetic Kids provides sports and recreation programs not typically available to Special Needs children. The Kinetic Kids Expo is an Annual Highlight for them.

June 17th, 2022
Cornerstone Christian Schools
17702 NW Military Hwy,
San Antonio, TX 78257

2022 Kinetic Kids Expo Event was a BIG Success!!!

Even though our store primarilly focuses on the Special Needs children in the Houston Texas area, we often reach out to other communities.

On Friday, June 17th, we were in San Antonio to help sponsor the Kinetic Kids Expo.

Because of COVID, this is the first time since the 2019 Expo that we were able to participate in one of their events. With all the smiles and gratitude welcoming us back, we had a great time and look forward to offering as much support as we can in the future.

Our thanks go out to everyone at the Kinetic Kids Expo, including the staff, other sponsors, exhibitors, and attendees for making us feel appreciated at the event.

Latest Articles from our Blog

  • Overcoming Fatigue as a Parent of a Special Needs Child
    Overall, according to Pew Research Center, 14 percent of students in the United States participate in a special education program. If you’re the parent of a special needs child, you’ve likely experienced your fair share of fatigue along the way. While it is mainly normal to feel tired or frustrated on occasion, it’s possible to combat fatigue by using the right approach. Funtastic Learning Toys shows how you can assess your level of fatigue and work to overcome it.
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    Statistics indicate that one in five kids in the US has a learning disability, which can result in falling behind in school, disciplinary issues, and low self-esteem. Whether a child has an issue with reading, writing, speaking, listening, reasoning, or solving math problems, these disabilities don’t mean they’re not bright.
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