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The best accessible math and number toys for teaching numbers, counting and one-to-one correspondence to blind and visually impaired children.

The Best Accessible Toys for Teaching Basic Math Concepts to Kids who are Visually Impaired

The best accessible math and number toys for teaching numbers, counting and one-to-one correspondence to blind and visually impaired children. (Image: brightly colored numbers, shapes, and puzzle toys; "The Best Accessible Math Toys for Blind Kids")

Create a counting book with objects that can be removed, via Velcro, for the child to count and then place it back on the book.  The bonus about having removable objects is that you can change the object being counted to cater to the interest of the child.

This fun hands-on activity uses real objects to help children who are blind or deafblind to learn to count and develop number concepts.

This activity helps students learn numbers in literary braille, using a format similar to what print readers in the classroom are doing.

This hands-on activity is designed to help students practice reading literary braille numerals and counting the corresponding number of items.

Number line strips 0 - 10 use Print and Nemeth Braille, plus tactile markers at each number. Use with addition, subtraction and early math concepts lessons. #SensorySun #Math

Educational Technologies for Teaching Blind Children

Create a tactile number line to help blind kids and students with multiple disabilities to understand the sequence and value of numbers.

Fun hands-on activities for teaching basic concepts and number skills to young children who are blind or visually impaired.

Check out Positive Eye's 56 ideas for early maths Activities to help young children who are blind or visually impaired to develop basic concepts and a foundation for basic numeracy

Create an accessible hundreds chart for children who are blind or visually impaired using braille and tactile materials

Teach children with visual impairments number sense using an accessible hundreds chart with braille and a tactile grid.

Many people think of learning to count as the basic, beginning math skill to teach to children, but even before a child can learn to count, he must master the pre-math concept of one-to-one correspondence. Here are some accessible activities to help teach that concept!

"Just One!" The Beginnings of One-to-One Correspondence

Many people think of learning to count as the basic, beginning math skill to teach to children. Even before a child can learn to count, he must master the pre-math concept of one-to-one correspondence. Here are some activities to help teach that concept.

Can the zoo be accessible for a blind child? Of course! Find tips from moms on how to make your visit to the zoo meaningful and enjoyable.

12 Tips for an Accessible Zoo Visit for Kids who are Visually Impaired

Try this tactile book for introducing numbers to young braille readers!

This fun hands-on activity uses real objects to help children who are blind or deafblind to learn to count and develop number concepts.

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