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"50 Ways to use a Light Box." Kids with #CVI tend toward light gazing. Educators are finding ways to use that attraction to drive purposeful gazing in developing visual skills. This list of suggestions for using #lightboxes was provided by Enabling Devices.

6 do-it-yourself tactile mazes you can make at home! Perfect for kids who are blind or visually impaired.

horloge/tactile clock for learning. Repin from Site enfant-aveugle. Awesome idea

50 ideas for using a light box with a visually impaired child. *pinned by

I bought one of these for a student with CVI and autism traits. It was a BIG hit. Lots of visual attention to fine motor task. Music kept her attending. Lighted background is awesome! My First Crayola Touch Lights Product |

Great to assign a student w/autism a number for a visual aid.

96 ideas for children who are blind or visually impaired to develop strong hands and tactile skills for beginning braille

Rubik's Cube 4 x 4. Repin from Site enfant-aveugle.

Shape match activity. Put shapes on a paper, take a pic, print it out, laminate it and have them match it up. You can also do this with ABC magnets!