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Visually impaired activities

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

Playing with tactile mazes can be a fun way to talk about movement, getting lost, and plotting a course with your blind child.

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Everyday CVI Adaptations and Approaches | Pediatric Cortical Visual Impairment Society

Families and Caregivers At Home: Everyday CVI Adaptations and Approaches Incorporating opportunities for your child to meaningfully use their vision throughout their day—in daily routines and out in the community—will help improve functional vision. The more a child with CVI establishes and maintains visual attention, the more opportunities to build neural pathways. "The purpose of […]

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How to Make and Use Tactile Schedules in Your Special Education Classroom

Let’s talk about creating and using tactile schedules in the classroom. If you have a Teacher of the Visually Impaired that works with you, they may provide you with a kit or schedule pieces from the library of the blind. Here is a link to my local library. Check with your state and see if you […]