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Blind Children Activities, Vision Impairment, Parenting Plan, Teaching Colors, Parenting Classes, Low Vision, Great Expectations, Parenting Books, Child Life
Six Tips for Explaining Color to a Blind Child - Great Expectations
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Resource center - Perkins School for the Blind
Functional Vision Assessment, Individual Education Plan, Vision Therapy, Visual Schedule
Foolproof Functional Vision Assessment Template - Perkins School for the Blind
Instructional materials for making geometry accessible to students who are blind or low vision Instructional Materials, Teaching Geometry, Geometry Activities, Math Materials, Education Organization, Math Geometry
Geometry Resources for Students with Visual Impairment – Paths to Literacy
Instructional materials for making geometry accessible to students who are blind or low vision
Recommended equipment and materials for vision professionals Visual Schedules, Special Education Visual Schedule, Sensory Rooms
Recommended Resources for Vision Professionals – Paths to Literacy
Recommended equipment and materials for vision professionals
Itinerant Teacher, Orientation And Mobility, Eye Anatomy, Portable Office, Free Textbooks
Resource Archives – Paths to Literacy
Books Collage, Word Association, Tactile Activities, Minimal Illustration
5 Tips to Make Books Accessible and Meaningful – Paths to Literacy
the very hungry caterpillar book is next to an apple and paper cutout
Adapting the Hungry Caterpillar for Children Who Are Blind – Paths to Literacy
Try these tips for choosing Active Learning materials for individuals who have significant multiple disabilities. Technology Lessons, Computer Lessons, Active Learning Strategies, Sensory Pathways, Learning Materials
Materials - Active Learning Space
Try these tips for choosing Active Learning materials for individuals who have significant multiple disabilities.
two people sitting at a computer with the text assistive technology tips for evaluating students
Seven Tips for Evaluating Students for Assistive Technology – Paths to Literacy
Try these 7 tips to evaluate students with blindness, visual impairment, deafblindness or multiple disabilities for assistive technology.
Ideas to adapt "Growing a Rainbow" for young children who are blind or visually impaired, and for students with multiple disabilities. Sensory Book, School Learning
"Growing a Rainbow": Accessible Ideas for Children with Multiple Disabilities – Paths to Literacy
Ideas to adapt "Growing a Rainbow" for young children who are blind or visually impaired, and for students with multiple disabilities.
Learn Braille, Talk Of The Town, Sick Kids, Camping Crafts
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