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    Sensory pods for visually impaired toddlers. These medical assistive pods hanging on the walls of any room help create a stimulating environment for visually impaired kids. The color is limited to green to reduce the overwhelming visual stimulation. The sensory pods include toothpicks, miniature duckies and each of them provide the texture and sound feedback. The medically assistive sensory pods are ideal pick for the parents with the visually impaired kids.

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    This site has TONS of awesome sensory activities. They would be great for visually impaired children.

    Sensory play is important to brain development, not just for babies and toddlers but also for preschoolers, kindergarteners and children within the early years of school. Playful activities that develop each of the senses - touch, sight, hearing, smell and taste - need not be difficult or involve lots of fancy toys or resources, often…

    200 items for Sensory Bins and Sensory Tables! The mega list of ideas for sensory play!! Make hundreds of awesome sensory bins or sensory tables with this amazing list of ideas!!!

    She is a teacher and has so many ideas to help with classroom needs. Meeting Sensory Needs Use a hairband and it works too! Really helps student GRIP correctly!

    How Sweet It Is: DIY Book of Textures (sensory book)

    Kids LOVE sensory activities! Here are more than 600 of them that you can do with your little kids.

    Glowing sensory play party ideas

    Monster Sensory Tub with water marbles and google eyes. Would be fun with different colored eyes, especially some that are similar in color to the marbles - add a little visual/tactile discrimination

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    I like a lot of these ideas because while they are "play" most of them you can still eat the food too.

    Best IPad Apps for Special Needs Kids

    Sensory cards - alphabet

    Little Miss Kimberly Ann: Bead box for sensory input and kids with Autism

    Marble mazes