Holiday Crafts And Ideas 62
This tactile Christmas tree craft is great for blind children or children with multiple disabilities. It's easy and accessible and you can also change the ornaments on your tree throughout the season!
Learn how to create a Christmas ornament out of Apple Jacks, a pipe cleaner and a mini candy cane. This is a great fine motor activity and a fun craft for children who are blind.
Here's a fun and easy halloween pumpkin idea: use vampire teeth and sticky eye balls to make your jack-o-lantern's face! Kids will have fun helping and it's very tactile, too!
Find out how to make your very own honey bee wheelchair costume using a cardboard box to create the bee hive and a striped yellow and black shirt.
How to help your blind or visually impaired child survive (and maybe even enjoy!) the holiday season.
Don't you just love the sound of jingle bells at Christmas? This easy holiday craft will show you how to make your own jingle bell bracelets, anklets and jingle sticks!
We love holiday crafts and this one is just so creative! Find out how your child can make their very own reindeer ornament by tracing their foot and hands on paper. This is a real keepsake!
Ivan loves presents and he's really good at picking out the toys he wants. Here is Ivan's wish list for toys and games this year... maybe you can find some ideas for your own Christmas list!
If you're tired of carving pumpkins every year, why not spice things up with a decorated squash instead? Find out how to make this silly Turkey Squash with feathers and a croock neck squash.
Kids with disabilities love Halloween too! Here are ideas that will incorporate your child's wheelchair or white cane into their costume.
Did you know that there are some amazing kids musicians creating new Halloween classics that will really get you in the spirit? We've collected our top ten favorites and created a spine-tingling holiday playlist fit for tots and fun for mom and dad, too!
When kids are out of school and therapies slow down, what do you do? Do you plan a vacation? Spend more time fishing with dad? Or feel guilty that your child may not be getting the services and therapies that he needs to keep up with his development?
Find the best toys for blind or visually impaired babies and children for the holidays. For all ages and all abilities!
Learn how to make an autumn wreath sensory art project with your blind child. It's easy and fun!
Learn how your blind child can receive a braille letter from Santa this Christmas and really feel like they are part of the celebration.