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Our Favorite Apps for Children Who are Visually Impaired A collection of 16 (mostly free!) apps perfect for kids who are blind or visually impaired. Listed in categories ranging from visual stimulation to communication and fine motor needs. Speech Language Pathology, Speech And Language, Visually Impaired Activities, Multiple Disabilities, Learning Disabilities, Vision Therapy, Joelle, Assistive Technology, Sensory Activities

Our Favorite Apps for Children Who are Visually Impaired | WonderBaby.org

A collection of 15 (mostly free!) apps perfect for kids who are blind or visually impaired. Listed in categories ranging from visual stimulation to communication and fine motor needs.

Tips to adapt board games for players who are blind or visually impaired using tactile elements and braille. Educational Games For Kids, Science Activities For Kids, Activity Games, Therapy Activities, Preschool Activities, Articulation Activities, Dice Games, Play Therapy, Activity Ideas

Tips to Adapt Games for Children with Vision Impairments

Tips to adapt board games for players who are blind or visually impaired using tactile elements and braille.

Wondering what to do to help students with braille reversals? These ideas can help! Braille Reader, Braille Alphabet, Teaching Career, Velcro Dots, Assistive Technology, Circle Magnets, Childhood Education, Literacy, Visual Impairment

Scratching Your Head with Braille Reversals?

Ideas for braille students who reverse letters or who may be dyslexic.

Braille gloves are a great way to familiarize sighted classmates and family members with the braille code. Classroom Helpers, Classroom Fun, Teaching Activities, Teaching Kids, Visually Impaired Activities, Braille Reader, Braille Alphabet, Visual Impairment, Special Educational Needs

Braille Gloves

Braille gloves are a great way to introduce the braille code to sighted children and adults (such as sighted classmates family members).

Is your child or student ready to learn braille? Use this grid checklist to see what prerequisite skills are necessary. John Dewey, Student Teaching, Teaching Resources, Visually Impaired Activities, Braille Reader, Geo Board, Early Literacy, Visual Impairment, Special Education

Braille Readiness Grid

Checklist of braille readiness skills, including tactile, fine motor, language, concept development, and book skills

Tips for parents, families, and teachers on reading aloud to children who are blind or visually impaired Visually Impaired Activities, Tactile Activities, Language Activities, Learning Activities, Visual Learning, Reading Fluency, Reading Strategies, Visual Impairment, Special Education Classroom

Reading Aloud to Children with Visual Impairment

Tips for parents, families, and teachers on reading aloud to children who are blind or visually impaired

Braille Too: The Next Generation curriculum for teaching UEB reading and writing to secondary students who have been print readers Teaching Career, Teaching Kids, Visually Impaired Activities, Braille Reader, Braille Alphabet, Visual Impairment, Health Lessons, Life Skills, Special Education

UEB Revision of Braille Too Curriculum

Curriculum for teaching UEB reading and writing to secondary students who have been print readers

Find out about the the ins and outs of using a Freedom Scientific Focus refreshable braille display with iOS devices. Teaching Schools, Teaching Activities, Reading Braille, Visually Impaired Activities, Braille Reader, Blinde, Preschool Special Education, Susa, Special Kids

iOS Devices and Focus Braille Displays

This article looks at the ins and outs of using a Freedom Scientific Focus refreshable braille display with iOS devices.

Vision and the Brain: Understanding Cerebral Visual Impairment in Children (CVI) Visually Impaired Activities, Braille, Vision Therapy, Special Needs Kids, Student Teaching, Working With Children, Visual Impairment, Optometry, Blinds

Vision and the Brain: Understanding Cerebral Visual Impairment in Children

Buy Vision and the Brain: Understanding Cerebral Visual Impairment in Children by Amanda Hall Lueck (Editor), Gordon N Dutton (Editor) online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $62.09. Shop now.

Braille lessons to practice reading and writing Dot 5 Composite Signs in UEB (Unified English Braille) Teaching Career, Teaching Tools, Braille Reader, Prek Literacy, Early Literacy, Braille Alphabet, We Are Teachers, Visual Impairment, New Students

Dot 5 Composite Signs, Their, These and This

Braille lessons to practice reading and writing Dot 5 Composite Signs in UEB (Unified English Braille)

I've posted another list of accessible group games/teambuilding activities and ice breakers that are easily played for students with vision impairments. These games all support the Expanded Core and require little equipment. List Of Activities, Team Building Activities, Bible Activities, Teamwork Activities, 2nd Commandment, Visually Impaired Activities, Core Curriculum, Ice Breakers, Group Games

Accessible Group Games

Hi friends, I've updated my accessible group games/ice breakers/team building activities list with some of these new favorite games. A lot of people ask what my secret is to these games. It's really simple actually. I just watch a lot of YouTube group games/ice breakers/team games (or group games websites) and look for games that can easily be modified for our kids. I'm posting some of my favorite ones so you don't have to watch hours of YouTube videos. I always like to think about how the…

Braille games to reinforce braille skills Student Teaching, Blind, Storytelling, Paths, Literacy, Rocks, Students, Classroom, Activities

Games to Reinforce Braille Skills

Braille games to reinforce braille skills

Adapting Jigsaw Puzzles for Younger Students Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired Sensory Activities, Therapy Activities, Sensory Play, Visually Impaired Activities, Core Curriculum, Assistive Technology, Student Teaching, Teaching Ideas, School Psychology

Adapting Jigsaw Puzzles for Younger Students

Adapting puzzles for children who are blind or visually impaired