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It may seem like $10 won't get you much these days when it comes to toys and entertainment, and especially therapy aids, but here you'll find the best light toys for under $10!
Have you ever considered making your own light table or light box? Here you'll find five of the best DIY light table tutorials, ranked from the more difficult and complex to the simple.
We've rounded up five of the greatest Pinterest ideas for your child to have fun with glowing Easter eggs! Your kids will enjoy going on a glow-in-the-dark Easter egg hunt, exploring sensory bins, and more.
This lesson plan from Ox Ridge Elementary School shows how the LightAide can be used in a second grade classroom to make story time accessible to all the students.
This is a seven-day lesson plan from Loge Elementary School where we spend one day on each color of the rainbow using a LightAide and tactile elements.
It can be difficult to come up with fun, engaging and multi-sensory ways to teach colors to children who are visually impaired. This lesson plan uses the bright lights of a LightAide to make the lesson come alive!
In this lesson plan from Yakima Public Schools, students are introduced to shapes and matching through the bright lights on the LightAide.
Bright lights and fun songs are proven motivators for children of all ages and abilities to encourage learning, motor skills, and understanding fundamentals of the way things work. Here are our favorite toys with sounds and lights!
Introduce the scientific basics of light to your child through hands-on activities like exploring your home and other familiar places, along with tactile worksheets.
Suncatcher art projects make great hands-on activities for children with visual impairments considering their tactile traits including different textures and raised-line graphics.
If you just got yourself a Light Box for your blind child you may not know where to begin. This is a simple activity that may interest your baby right from the start.