The No Button

No Button

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A very simple idea, but kind of ingenious at the same time, this button simply yells “no!” every time you press it. Children who are non-verbal often use switches for communication, so buttons may be a normal part of your day, but this one is really more of a toy than a communication device. Unless of course all your child really wants to say is “NO!”

The button does not have an on/off switch (it’s always ready) and it says no in 10 different variations, most of which are said in a fairly angry voice. For some kids (like mine) this is hilarious, but if your child doesn’t respond well to angry voices or yelling, then this might not be the best toy for you.

To see the No Button in action, watch this video of my little guy using it to say no over and over!



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