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Apps for kids with CVI: Using the iPad with Students with Visual and Multiple Disabilities

Apps for kids with CVI: Using the iPad with Students with Visual and Multiple Disabilities

Strategies to Help Beginning Braille Readers Develop Fluency

Strategies to Help Beginning Braille Readers Develop Fluency

The “be-B: Braille Education Ball” is a method for both blind and sighted users to learn the Braille system using a challenging and educational game. *Visit pinterest.com/wonderbabyorg for more accessible toy ideas!

The “be-B: Braille Education Ball” is a method for both blind and sighted users to learn the Braille system using a challenging and educational game. *Visit pinterest.com/wonderbabyorg for more accessible toy ideas!

An introduction to pre-braille skills and activities for young children who are blind or visually impaired and on the road to braille literacy

An introduction to pre-braille skills and activities for young children who are blind or visually impaired and on the road to braille literacy

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Eye Tracking Exercises for Children

Eye tracking exercises have proved to enhance the tracking ability of children. Many schools and colleges are now adopting such courses to help their students to perform better.

6 do-it-yourself tactile mazes you can make at home! Perfect for kids who are blind or visually impaired.

6 do-it-yourself tactile mazes you can make at home! Perfect for kids who are blind or visually impaired.Tap the link to check out great fidgets and sensory toys. Happy Hands make Happy People!

Writing braille anywhere…

This little invention is freaking AWESOME. Making writing braille anywhere and much more easily.improving lives, impacting people in a real and meaningful way!

Ten Tips to teach parents braille

A list of books (and videos) that parents of blind & visually impaired children should read (and watch). We've listed only the best of the best here so you can read the important books and then get on with the important task of raising your blind child.

Labeling braille for early literacy.

Easy idea to make your toys more accessible and teach pre-literacy skills too! Just add braille! Visit Acosta Acosta Vezzani Resources for Parents of Blind Kids for more braille and toy ideas!