How to Make an Accessible Playground

Liam's Accessible Playground

Liam’s Mom is a regular contributor to Paths to Literacy. Her posts tend to be very hands-on where she explains how she makes her own tactile books and activities for her son who is deaf-blind. Very fun stuff and easy to make at home yourself too!

But this time she has out done herself by giving you a step-by-step guide to creating a fully accessible outdoor play space for your child! That’s right, she’s created the perfect playground for a child with a visual impairment!

Can you imagine having this in your backyard? Would you have the coolest house in the neighborhood or what?

Liam's playground

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