Sensory Activities 47
Ever thought about making a tactile matching game? This is a great activity for blind children. All you need is a collection of cleaned plastic snack cups and a few items to glue inside them and you've got a fun matching game that can be played with or without sight!
Learn how to make an activity center for children with visual impairments. Using general hardware materials (like cardboard or peg-board) and other household items (like toys or kitchen utensils) you can create a sensory space for your child. We have ideas for big spaces and little spaces!
Find sensory activities that have been adapted to meet the needs of students who are blind or visually impaired.
What if you could design your own play area that would stimulate your blind baby's senses and make them feel safe and willing to explore at the same time?