A list of children's books featuring characters who are blind or visually impaired
Find out how to make books accessible and meaningful for children who are blind, visually impaired, deafblind or with multiple disabilities with these tips from a parent.
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horloge/tactile clock for learning. Repin from Site enfant-aveugle. Awesome idea
Adapt Pete the Cat with braille and tactile graphics for children who are blind or visually impaired!
Teeth made from bottom of plastic soda bottles to teach a lesson on what sides of teeth need to be brushed and on how to floss using yarn for floss and tissue paper for food particles.
Art activities are a wonderful way to work on tactile skills and fine motor development, as well as basic concepts, social skills, and language and communication. Volunteer Cecily Power and Lower School art teacher Rocky Tomascoff share ideas for art activities for children who are blind or visually impaired, including those with multiple disabilities. Try making playdough, sponge painting with textures, or bubbly finger paint!
Make your own Tactile book. Visit pinterest.com/wonderbabyorg for more tactile & Sensory Fun ideas!"
Ideas to create literacy skills kits to target the Expanded Core Curriculum (ECC) for children who are blind or visually impaired