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Accessible sensory activity kits for blind children are easier to find than you might think and we've been through a lot of them!
The Yogibo is the perfect seating solution for special needs kids! I've heard people talk about it for years, but I only recently looked into buying one. Why'd I wait so long?
The Learning Blanket creates interactive blankets and pillows for kids who are blind, each containing visual, sensory, tactile and educational activities.
It's time to celebrate spring! Learn how to make a beautiful spring flower arrangment with your child. It's easy and fun!
If your child has a sensory impairment like blindness should you still search out sensory play activities? Absolutely! Learn how to make sensory play accessible and host a sensory play party!
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 collected the best sensory toys for blind kids! Find tactile toys, sound toys, scented toys, tasty toys, light toys and vestibular toys.
SensaCalm sells high-quality weighted blankets, wraps, lap pads, and more with customizable options and in a variety of colors and prints.
The Kore Wobble Stool design gently rolls with your child's natural movements, so he or she stays supported and comfortable while they wiggle around.
Ivan went to Build-a-Bear with his friend Madilyn and they had a great time building bears! This is a perfect activity for kids with special needs.
Are you looking for ways for your blind child or student to experience tactual exploration in a safe, confined space? Then let me show you how to make your own "Comparing Bag" to explore various textures and shapes for under $10!
Get your kids outside! Here's a list of nature sensory scavenger hunts along with a few tips and tools to entice every kid to get out and discover nature.
Find a list of of sensory activities along with ways to make them more calming or more alerting and information about which sensory system they target. Try them out and see which work for you!
How do you explain a rainbow to a child that has never seen one, let alone never seen colors? It may seem complicated to talk about colors with your blind child, but don't let that hold you back!