Tactile Art 16
Can coloring books really be accessible for kids who are blind? Yes! Find places to buy raised line coloring books or learn how to make your own!
Choose from five wonderfully crafty art projects adapted for blind children that celebrate fall! Make prints and wreaths with apples and leaves, create your own tree, or decorate pumpkins!
The 3Doodler Pen is a 3D printing device that can be used within minutes. It heats special plastic string and you control what you draw and create just as if you were using a pen!
Can a blind preschooler be included in preschool arts and crafts? Of course! With a little planning and forethought, preschool crafts can be completely accessible.
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!
Learn how to make an apple potpourri sensory art project with your blind child. It's easy and fun!
Although it's often seen as a children's toy or a fun sound effect at Chinese New Year, the Bolang Gu is actually an instrument that dates back to ancient China. Learn how to make your own!
Suncatcher art projects make great hands-on activities for children with visual impairments considering their tactile traits including different textures and raised-line graphics.
Make a tactile summer memory book with your child who is blind or visually impaired so they can remember what they did over summer break and share with their classmates in the fall!
Sticky play is so much fun (and a great sensory activity for children with visual impairments), but can sometimes be really messy! This sticky collage art project is actually relatively mess free, but still full of learning and sensory potential.
Create a pretty and tactile pot for your garden and plants with just a few easy techniques and simple craft materials. And since your hands will get sticky making this craft project, it's also a fun sensory activity!
Learn how to make a puffy paint sensory art project with your blind child. It's easy and fun!
Learn how to make an autumn wreath sensory art project with your blind child. It's easy and fun!
There's much more to art than the visual! Learn how easy it can be to get your blind or visually impaired kids involved in tactile art projects.
Learn how to make a tactile tree sensory art project with your blind child. It's easy and fun!