Creating Sensory Activity Centers for Blind Children
Create a Sensory Activity Center: Children who are blind, physically limited or highly distractible
Modified Disc Golf
This modified activity is a physically active lifetime recreational game played outdoors with Frisbee-style discs in a similar fashion to golf.
APE Pin - Build your own bowling ramp from PVC pipe. Could be used with a hoop at the other end or open ended for adapted kickball.
Beach ball with bell
A beach ball is a good way to introduce ball sports to students who are blind or visually impaired, as it is bigger than most other balls, and it also travels more slowly than other types of balls.
This is a wheelchair modification that allows students to move around and play sports like floor hockey. The modification holds an implement on the floor allowing the user to push a pick around.
AAASP Beep Baseball Set
Beep baseball set allows to a student with visual impairments to participate in baseball with other students.The Beep Baseball Set allows for the student to hear where the ball is and when to swing.
Tricycles and scooters with a wider grip as well as wider wheel placement creates more balance and stability for students with disabilities. It is a great way for students with disabilities to stay active and safe!
This velcro equipment could be a great way for students with disabilities to learn to not be afraid of catching the ball. Along with getting the general idea of catching a ball and where to out there hands.