Holiday Crafts And Ideas 62
Find ideas for Halloween crafts and activities that are accessible for blind or visually impaired kids. We've also got a lot of multi-sensory ideas too!
Being outside all day for a summer outing can be difficult when your child is blind or has other special needs. Here is our list of must haves to bring along that will make the day easy and fun... and help your child avoid meltdowns!
It's hot outside, but you and your child will have a blast staying cool by celebrating Christmas in July! These fun Christmas-themed activities for you and your little ones use touch, smell, sound and taste to engage their imaginations and embrace the magic (and fun!) of the holiday season.
How about a natural grass Easter basket? This is a project my son did at school and we just love it!
Find out the difference between shamrocks and clovers (hint: there isn't any), learn about the different types of shamrocks and discover a fun shamrock craft! Happy St Patrick's Day!
FamilyConnect shares accessible ideas for celebrating Valentine's Day with your blind or visually impaired child. They list accessible craft ideas and fun braille gift ideas too!
Here's a fun idea for Halloween - how about transforming your child's wheelchair into a hot air balloon? All you really need is some foam board and cardboard strips to make your basket then add balloons and you're done!
Make a tactile summer memory book with your child who is blind or visually impaired so they can remember what they did over summer break and share with their classmates in the fall!
We've collected the best tactile and accessible Easter crafts from around the internet. Have fun making threaded Easter eggs or paper flowers with your child this year!
With just a tray, some uncooked rice and a few hidden plastic easter eggs you can create a fun sensory game for your blind child. We'll give you some ideas for games you can play, too!
Make Marshmallow Chanukah Dreidels with a pretzel stick, a marshmallow, a dab of frosting and a hershey's kiss. Yum!
During the holidays we are baking, decorating and spending time with family and friends. Get your kids involved by having them help in the kitchen, create Christmas decorations or make their own gifts to give to their friends!
Everyone knows that mixing applesauce and cinnamon creates an aromatic dough that can be turned into ornaments that smell so lovely! But did you know that you can add cloves to create braille letters on your ornaments too?
This recipe for Peppermint Chocolate Chex Mix is easy, delicious and perfect for Christmas snacking or gifts. It's also a fun and simple way to get your child involved in the kitchen!
A simple recipe for Christmas Tree Brownies that is a great baking activity for children who are blind or multiply disabled.