Awesome Toys for Blind Babies & Children

It's not so hard to find accessible toys for children who are visually impaired. Here are some of our favorites! This is a group board. Want to be added? Like the board and send a request with your Pinterest name/link to help@wonderbaby.org. <<<Board rules: Max 5 pins per day, please don't re-pin the same pin multiple times, stay on topic, no spam. Happy pinning!>>>


Awesome Toys for Blind Babies & Children

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Jumbo Texture Dominoes for #inclusiveplay with easy tactile discrimination and contrasting colors! #WePerceive *Repinned by WonderBaby.org

In this toy guide, you will learn how to find the best toys for your child who is blind, including what to look for in off-the-shelf toys and how to adapt or make your own toys so they meet your child's needs.

Rock and Pop! with this Teeter Popper by Fat Brain Toy Co. - $36.95 #weperceive

Melissa & Doug Basic Skills Board Melissa & Doug smile.amazon.com/...

Bright colors, bold patterns and easy to grip! Inspire the senses with this sensory toy to stimulate your baby's vision, touch, and hearing! From Sassy Baby #weperceive

Add Braille! Beginning Sound Matching LEGO Game - great activity for preschool, kindergarten for alphabet letter sounds in homeschool

Create your own stay-put toy system on your child's tray! This is perfect for children who are blind, and may often throw their toys then can't find them again on their own.

Drain Pipe Drums for a musical outdoors

How do you know which toys will work best for your blind baby? Here are some of our favorite toys.

DIY Sew Cute Pups

Temporal ordering - diapering a doll - uses ordinal postioning terms in play - 1st, 2nd, 3rd...

Freight Train Block Building - exploring books through play with Preschool Book Club #preschoolbookclub #freighttrain

Fun DIY Kids Instruments - great Summer activity!

Good Toys for Blind Kids: Suggestions From Parents This list is made up of regular toys that can be purchased through local shops or toy stores.

ALL PLAY Accessible Toy Guide by Hillary Kleck *repinned by WonderBaby.org

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

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Create your own stay-put toy system on your child's tray! This is perfect for blind babies who often throw their toys then can't find them again on their own.

My son declared this THE BEST GAME EVER!

Here's an easy activity that is fun and great for fine motor development and tactile discrimination: fill balloons with different textures from the kitchen (like rice or flour) and squeeze and squish them to see what's inside!

I find that autism and low vision have similar difficulties due to sensory overload.

Anticipators for Young Children with Visual Impairments: Push Toys, Pre-Canes and Long Canes: Early Orientation and Mobility skills for blind children can be taught with pre-canes or push toys (often called anticipators). This article discusses different types of anticipators, how to choose the best one for your child, when to introduce them and how much time you can expect your preschooler to spend with an O and M specialist. *pinned by wonderbaby.org

The Pioneer Woman baked mashed potatoes. Once you make mashed potatoes this way, you'll NEVER make them your way again...trust me!!!

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