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How to Teach Music to Visually Impaired Children

Tips for teaching the visually impaired

To show students who are blind or visually impaired how different materials vary in their conduction of heat.

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The Best Accessible Toys for Teaching Basic Math Concepts

The best accessible math and number toys for teaching numbers, counting and one-to-one correspondence to blind and visually impaired children.

Manipulatives for teaching abstract mathematical concepts to students who are #blind or visually impaired

This app will scan bar-codes and identify it for blind or visually impaired people. It also lets you create your own labels for anything you want. AMAZING!!!!!!!

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10 Free Ways to Improving Visual Tracking for Weak Readers

Visual Tracking Tools

Learn how to save a webpage as an eBook for offline reading with students who are blind or visually impaired.

"Mathematics Made Easy for Children with Visual Impairment" is full of information and practical strategies for teaching math to students who are blind or visually impaired. It is available as a free download on the ICEVI website. *repinned by WonderBaby.org

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Blindness or Visual Impairment Teaching Strategies

Blindness or Visual Impairment Teaching Strategies: Educators will be provided with specific terminologies, considerations, instructional strategies and appropriate accommodations for students with blindness or visual impairments. *pinned by WonderBaby.org

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The Best Accessible Toys for Teaching Basic Math Concepts

Our favorite accessible math and number toys for teaching numbers, counting and one-to-one correspondence to blind and visually impaired children.

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Ask a Mom About... BRAILLE

Here's an interview I got to do with a mom about teaching her visually impaired son braille.