Accessible Candy Land!

Accessible Candy Land

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Find out how to turn your typical Candy Land game into a texture-filled accessible version of this beloved board game! By using fabric swatches, puff paint and braille you can create an entirely touchable Candy Land game that is accessible for the whole family.

Some items to look for when making your own adapted Candy Land game:

*Tacky glue works great for this kind of craft.

*Find plain wooden game pieces for the men.

*You can use a braille labeler for the text on the board.

*Puffy paint is perfect to highlight the Rainbow Road.

*Use velcro tape along the board so your pieces stay in place.

*When looking for your textured fabrics, check out your craft store’s remnant bin or even look for carpet samples that they might be throwing out.

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