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This is a seven-day lesson plan from Loge Elementary School where we spend one day on each color of the rainbow using a LightAide and tactile elements.

This is a seven-day lesson plan from Loge Elementary School where we spend one day on each color of the rainbow using a LightAide and tactile elements.

Liam's mom shows you how to make your own tactile books for kids who are blind using material you have at home! *pinned by WonderBaby.org

Tips for families to create tactile books and other literacy materials for young children who are blind or visually impaired, deafblind or who have multiple disabilities

In this 4 minute video, Kate Fraser demonstrates how Wikki Stix can be used to create tactile graphics or 3 dimensional constructions. She demonstrates how Wikki Stix can be used with students with Low Vision as well as students who are blind.

Kate Fraser talks about the use of Wikki Sticks within the classroom.

This braille readiness checklist identifies fine motor and tactile discrimination skills  needed for young tactual readers.

This braille readiness checklist identifies fine motor and tactile discrimination skills needed for young tactual readers.

Easy ideas for adapting puzzles with textures for children who are blind or who have multiple disabilities, making this a multi-sensory activity.

Purpose for adding textures to a puzzle: -interest of the child -practice pairing textures

Pinterest collage of 5 phases of educational treatment

The Five Phases of Educational Treatment outline the Active Learning Approach by…

Directions on how to make a tactile drawing board for children who are blind or visually impaired

Directions on how to make a tactile drawing, writing or coloring board for children. I have made these with plastic canvas also.

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