The purpose of this experimental study is to examine whether there is any difference in interactions of autistic children between electronic robotic toys and non-electronic robotic toys. Three young children with autism were observed while they played with six different electronic robotic toys with the power off and then with the power on. The frequency and duration of their interactions with each toys were collected using event sampling and partial interval methods to compare the mean differences in terms of their interactions. The results of the study showed that overall frequency and duration of interactions increased when participants played with electronic robotic toys. However, there was much variations in the order of toys each participant played with, in terms of duration and frequency. Research implications for future study and the limitations of this study were discussed.