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QTVI Janet Harwood looks at how you can tackle some basic Science concepts with children who have multiple disabilities and complex needs. Her list...
Science ideas for children with complex needs and multiple disabilities
Why Does Someone Who Can't See Need to Know About Light? Because it exists! A child with visual impairments should always have the opportunity to...
Accessible STEM: An Introduction to Light for Blind Children
Two great iPad apps for kids who are blind from Sonokids
When I was a kid, math was boring. At best you might get to play with some blocks and count them out on your desk, but mostly it was just worksheets...
Fun & Accessible Math & Number Activities!
The Tactile Caliper is a simple to use, accurate low-cost measuring ruler for the blind and visually impaired that provides a braille output to 1/...
Tactile Caliper Provides Braille Output for Blind Users
One in a Million Baby Podcast
We have tried adapting the classroom curriculum and it's just too difficult for my student to grasp. We keep getting told there is no braille...
Help please!! What do your schools use for math curriculum?
Is your child interested in pursuing work in science, technology, engineering, or math (STEM) after high school? The National Federation of the Blind...
NFBEQ Engineering Program 2016
Download a Printable IEP Organizer
Cubetto is a Montessori approved programming toy specifically designed for pre-literate children, ages three and older, that teaches the basics of...
Cubetto: Accessible Computer Programming Toy
The 3Doodler Pen is a 3D printing device that can be used within minutes, without needing any technical knowledge, software or computers. It heats...
3Doodler Pen & Accessories
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Rocks are everywhere. Smooth rocks, bumpy rocks, big rocks, little rocks. We don't think about them much, but rocks can also be a fun learning tool...
7 Accessible Science Rock Activities
As more and more companies are entering in the field of 3D printing, the applications of this new technology are also increasing. Through 3D printing...
3D Printing for Visual Impairments
Is your child interested in science, technology, engineering or math (STEM)? Then you may want to sign up for the National Federation of the Blind's...
Do You Want to Grow up to be an Engineer?
What is 3D Printing? So you've probably heard it mentioned in the news or shared on social media, and thought, "Wow! That's awesome!" but now you...
The World of 3D Printing
How do you explain a rainbow to a child that has never seen one, let alone never seen colors? It may seem complicated to teach in such a way that...
Rainbow Activities for Blind Children
The Diagram Center is a great online resource with multiple tools and information for creating accessible images and graphics for children with...
Diagram Center from Benetech
Years ago when I began teaching children who were blind or visually impaired, I met an incredible young teacher named Dawn Adams. Dawn was unaware of...
7 Science & Nature Activities
This interactive book is multi-touch and designed for your iPad. Titled Reach for the Stars, it introduces early learners to astronomy through graphs...
Reach for the Stars: Free iBook for Visually Impaired Students
Abstract math concepts such as understanding and comprehension of place value, simplifying and comparing fractions, and estimating and rounding of...
Slide-A-Round Math Manipulatives for Kids who are Blind or Visually Impaired
UPDATE: The deadline for applying for this program has been extended to August 15th for kids in grades 3-6! So go sign up now! The National...
STEM2U Accessible Science Program for Blind Students
Ivan is still really interested in science and exploring his world. He wants to know how things work and why. It can be a challenge to find science...
Simple Science Experiments: Sink or Float?
Spring is in the air and we've already got some seedlings growing in the house for our garden. Ivan helped to plant the seeds and is now helping us...
Plants Get Thirsty Too! How watering plants can teach new skills
This resource provides a wealth of rich learning opportunities and a cross curricular approach. Learn how to make your own Post Office and find ideas...
Create your own VI friendly postoffice! Great ideas for developing literacy and numeracy...
We've been experimenting lately... experimenting with science! Yes, Ivan is blind and cognitively delayed, but that doesn't mean he doesn't have an...
Learning About Hot and Cold
Independence Science strives to create science classrooms that exhibit the full integration of students with disabilities. These classrooms would...
Have you ever wondered what it is like to be an astronaut? Have you wondered what it would be like to launch a rocket? Have you ever wished you could...
Reach for the Stars! Space Camp for Interested Visually Impaired Students
Play time is the best time to introduce early counting and math skills, from learning how to differentiate "just one" item to counting to ten....
The Best Accessible Toys for Teaching Basic Math Concepts
Many people think of learning to count as the basic, beginning math skill to teach to children. Many songs have a counting component (Five Little...
"Just One!" The Beginnings of One-to-One Correspondence
When your child is blind you often wonder what they will be when they grow up. What jobs will be open to them? How will they best apply their unique...
What About Programming? A Career Option for Blind Students
eTouchSciences has developed a fun and exciting way for visually impaired students to learn science and math more effectively... through touch! Using...
NASA's Central Operation of Resources for Educators (CORE) has created a wonderful tactile book for students with visual impairments that will...
Getting a Feel for Lunar Craters
Want to make balloon rockets, acid rain, a solar finger heater, Ziploc ice cream, Diet Coke Geysers, and more? Scientists Dr. Lillian A. Rankel and...
Out-of-Sight Science Experiments
AccessiSoft is a software development enterprise focusing on software which improves accessibility for visually-impaired users to mathematics. Their...
Accessisoft: Software for Printing Nemeth Code
When your child is blind or visually impaired it can be difficult to teach them about things they can't touch. If your daughter never touches a frog...
4 Creative Ways to Teach Blind Kids about Animals