Activity Bank: Sensory Activities for Kids who are Blind

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Activity Bank is a wonderful collection of very hands-on and practical activities you can do with your blind or visually impaired children. Keep a special eye out for activities contributed by Cindy O’Connell. Cindy is a Teacher of the Visually Impaired with 36 years of experience working with students who are visually impaired and here she collects some of her simple but tried-and-true projects, explains how to set them up and what you’ll need and even discusses what skills your child will learn during the activity.

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