How to Make an 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?
This Snowy Animals Sensory Bin is perfect for exploring animal tracks and learning about how animals survive winter. Your little one will want to play for hours!
Holiday Crafts and Ideas, Tactile Arts and Crafts
This adorable Valentine’s Day Q-tip Painting Activity is perfect for little hands. Conversations hearts and Q-tip flowers make this tree extra special!