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    Fun Activities for Blind and Visually Impaired Children

    Got a bored kid and don't know what to do? Here are fun accessible games and activities for children who are visually impaired. This is a group board. Want to be added? Like the board and send a request with your Pinterest name/link to <<<Board rules: Max 5 pins per day, please don't re-pin the same pin multiple times, stay on topic, no spam. Happy pinning!>>>

    Fun Activities for Blind and Visually Impaired Children

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    Do you wanna build a snowman? Fine motor fun. Love, Laughter and Learning in Prep!

    Try these fun braille Christmas designs!

    Easel activity for preschool. Storytelling, empathy, and fine motor skills all wrapped into one fun idea.

    Kids can work on using pincer grasp with clothes pins using this tidy box workspace that is easily portable for therapists! Nice set up for a traveling therapists to use clothes pins for #finemotor and more

    Make a tactile DIY paw print ornament to celebrate the holiday season with your guide dog! Here’s your how-to guide, including a recipe for dough that is safe for pets: Mix together 4 cups of flour, 1 cup of salt, and 1 ½ cups of water, and knead until dough is well combined. Roll out dough and cut into desired shapes. Press your pet’s paw into the dough and then bake in a 350-degree F oven for 12 minutes. Let the ornaments cool completely before sprucing them up as you like!

    Look at this #zulilyfind! I Can Tie My Shoes Game #zulilyfinds

    Teach Kids about Size with this Sorting Pumpkins Activity for Kids Who Are Blind, Visually Impaired, or Sighted! It's such an important concept to master to expand comprehension of the world around us. via Sensory Sun Educational Technologies

    This activity teaches a modified version of capture the flag to students who are blind or visually impaired.

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    Tactile bingo is a fun way to teach children who are blind or visually impaired to match shapes, braille letters or dots in an inclusive game!

    Whether you're planning a trip to the orchard for apple picking or might like a new book bag, this apple stamp project is the perfect Fall activity for kids with visual impairments or any sight level! Find More Resources for Children with Visual Impairments | How to Make an Apple Stamp Art Bag

    The Ultimate Fall Bucket List item to check off this year! Here are some tips for making your visit to the orchard great for your child or student with visual impairments. Apple Picking Trips When Your Child is Blind from

    Liam's mom shows you step-by-step how she created the perfect accessible outdoor play space for her deaf-blind son! *Pinned by

    Make Your Own Sticky Box! Collect sticky and gooey toys and throw them all in one box. You'll create a sensory toy that will help your child learn to have fun with sticky things and combat tactile defensiveness. *pinned by Image Description: Ivan playing with his sticky box!

    Textured Balloon Activity: Here's an easy activity that is fun and great for fine motor development and tactile discrimination: fill balloons with different textures and squeeze and squish them to see what's inside! This is an especially fun project for kids with visual impairments! *pinned by

    Here's a novel idea for play dough activities: use recyclables as play dough toys. Recycled plastics have some amazing textures for kids to explore.

    Resources for Children with Visual Impairments | Increasing Independence Using Toys & Puzzles

    Do you know about vestibular input? You should!

    Fun tips and tricks from National Braille Press for teaching your blind child how to tie their shoes independently.

    These handprint mugs are great gifts for kids with visual impairments to make for family members! Nothing will warm your heart or your hands like these sweet handprint mugs!

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    Use these velcro + textured patterning templates to create your own accessible version!

    Super-easy DIY sensory blocks - a great fine motor sensory toy for babies and toddlers!: Super-easy DIY sensory blocks - a great fine motor sensory toy for babies and toddlers!

    Isn't this Mermaid Tail blanket fun?! You could use a variety of textured materials or layer materials for scales and flippers! #sensory Fleece Mermaid Tail Mermaid Sleeping Blanket by TrinitysTulleBox

    Sometimes kids with visual impairments learn better when they have comparisons to know what "isn't"! I'm going to try this sorting activity with tactile shape pieces!