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Resurrection Eggs are filled with tactile objects that tell the traditional Easter story of Jesus and the resurrection.
Celebrate love and friendship all month long with these multi-sensory Valentine' sDay activities for kids with visual impairments!
Holiday multisensory play ideas for kids who are blind or visually impaired, from cold dough to a five-senses touch book and a tactile find and search game.
Find toys for kids who wear glasses, patches or hearing aids; for kids who use a white cane or have a service dog; or for kids who use wheelchairs or walkers.
Maybe you've been bowling, but have you ever been pumpkin bowling? This multi-sensory game is perfect for Fall and makes a fun Halloween party game, too!
A quijada is a rattle that's made from a donkey's jawbone and the sound of the instrument is created by the teeth rattling in the sockets. Perfect for Halloween, right? And you can make your own with an egg carton!
Looking for a fun and SPOOKY Halloween costume idea for your child's wheelchair? This year Ivan will be a skeleton in a graveyard!
Looking for summer tips and advice to help you keep your blind child active during the break? Join our summer blog party to get advice from parents just like you!
We've sifted through the web and browsed our local stores to bring you this list of where to find beeping, talking and noise-maker Easter eggs for your blind child.
Find resources that make learning about the role of President, history of the United States, and what it means to be a good citizen, fun for children of all ages and abilities.
Here's a fun sensory-friendly activity that is great on a snow day! Let your child explore snow and temperature with their own sensory snow table.
Here's a simple and fun holiday activity! Make tactile Christmas ornaments with your child and create a more accessible Christmas tree!
Elin shares how she and her son Theo were able to turn his artwork into tactile graphics Christmas cards that he could give to friends and family.
Here's our list of 30 small multi-sensory toys that are perfect for kids who are blind, deafblind, autistic or have a sensory processing disorder (SPD).
Learn how to make your very own rainbow Halloween costume for your child's wheelchair! The technique is actually easier than it looks.