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Braille Designs for Christmas – Paths to Literacy
Christmas braille designs
Braille design of turkey with feathers for Thanksgiving Teaching, Thanksgiving, Learning, Literacy, Crafts, Craft, Projects, Tactile Art
Braille Designs: Thanksgiving! – Paths to Literacy
Braille design of turkey with feathers for Thanksgiving
Tips to teach students with CVI (cortical visual impairment) to make the transition from 3D real objects to 2D photos or pictures. Speech Therapy, Amigurumi Patterns, Speech Therapy Activities, Teaching Literacy, Teaching Special Education, Life Skills Special Education, Visually Impaired Activities, Visually Impaired Students, Multiple Disabilities
Teaching Students with CVI to Identify 2-D Pictures – Paths to Literacy
Tips to teach students with CVI (cortical visual impairment) to make the transition from 3D real objects to 2D photos or pictures.
Braille Too: The Next Generation curriculum for teaching UEB reading and writing to secondary students who have been print readers Reading, Collage, Teaching Career, Visually Impaired, Tactile Learning, Education Related
UEB Revision of Braille Too Curriculum – Paths to Literacy
Braille Too: The Next Generation curriculum for teaching UEB reading and writing to secondary students who have been print readers
TVIs need to be able to articulate the need for daily consultation for braille students in the IEP. Education, Educational Activities, Student Teaching, Visually Impaired Children, Teaching Kids
Articulating the Need for Daily Consultation Time for Braille Students – Paths to Literacy
TVIs need to be able to articulate the need for daily consultation for braille students in the IEP.
a book cover with two hands on top of a keyboard and the words, compensattory skills for students with visual ina
Compensatory Skills and the ECC - Perkins School for the Blind
Compensatory Skills are an important part of the Expanded Core Curriculum (ECC) for students who are blind or visually impaired.
Free braille lessons for families are now available in UEB! Art, Special Education, Blind Children Activities, Basic Math Problems
Braille Lessons in UEB – Paths to Literacy
Free braille lessons for families are now available in UEB!
Evidence-based practices to improve braille reading fluency Comprehension, Evidence Based Practice, Reading Fluency
Improving Braille Reading Fluency: The Bridge to Comprehension – Paths to Literacy
Evidence-based practices to improve braille reading fluency
The Five Phases of Educational Treatment outline the Active Learning Approach by Dr. Lilli Nielsen. Pre K, School Psychology, Verbal Communication Skills, Special Needs Teaching, Special Education Classroom
Interacting with the Learner
The Five Phases of Educational Treatment outline the Active Learning Approach by Dr. Lilli Nielsen.
an adult and child are looking at something on the screen with text reading functional activities using an active learning approach
Transition Services - Active Learning Space
Functional Activities using an Active Learning approach with students with visual impairments and multiple disabilities
a red circle with several different types of hardware on it
DIY Vision Project: Easy Busy Board Project
Easy busy board for kiddos who are blind or visually impaired. Great for working on fine motor skills, as well as problem solving!
Adapt Pete the Cat with braille and tactile graphics for children who are blind or visually impaired! Humour, Pete The Cat, Sensory Book, Tactile Activities
Adapted Pete the Cat and His Four Groovy Buttons – Paths to Literacy
Adapt Pete the Cat with braille and tactile graphics for children who are blind or visually impaired!
Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) for Students Who Are Blind - This article by Perkins discusses the key objectives and process in creating an IEP for a student with visual impairments. Early Literacy, Individualized Education Program
Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) for students who are visually impaired
Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) for Students Who Are Blind - This article by Perkins discusses the key objectives and process in creating an IEP for a student with visual impairments.
Cute activity to learn the dot numbers and formation Braille Games, Braille Activities, Braille Literacy, Visual Impairment, Vision Impairment, We Are Teachers, Low Vision, Teacher Education
Braille Fun for Everyone – Panther Project
Cute activity to learn the dot numbers and formation
alljoinin.net blog: Tactile Book (My House) Autism Classroom, Diy, Learning Activities
Tactile Book (My House)
alljoinin.net blog: Tactile Book (My House)
10 tips for using an iPad with children with CVI (Cortical Visual Impairment) Apps, Speech And Language, Pediatric Ot
10 Tips for Using iPads with Students with CVI – Paths to Literacy
10 tips for using an iPad with children with CVI (Cortical Visual Impairment)
an open notebook with colorful shapes on it
Interactive Alphabet Book for Letter "M" – Paths to Literacy
This fun interactive book for young children who are blind or visually impaired encourages concept development through interactive activities with early literacy materials.
Interactive Wheels on the Bus is a great way to engage young children who are blind or visually impaired, as well as those with multiple disabilities. Life Skills Classroom, Sensory
Interactive Wheels on the Bus – Paths to Literacy
Interactive Wheels on the Bus is a great way to engage young children who are blind or visually impaired, as well as those with multiple disabilities.
Tips and activities to make "Goodnight Moon" accessible to children with visual impairments and multiple disabilities Moon Activities, Blind Resources
"Goodnight Moon": Accessible Ideas for Children with Multiple Disabilities – Paths to Literacy
Tips and activities to make "Goodnight Moon" accessible to children with visual impairments and multiple disabilities
Make your own tactile alphabet book for children with visual impairments or multiple disabilities! Activities
A Braille Letter Song by Queensland Department of Education – Paths to Literacy
Make your own tactile alphabet book for children with visual impairments or multiple disabilities!
20 iPad Apps for kids with CVI Visit pinterest.com/wonderbabyorg/ for more apps for the ipad Ipad, Kids App, Teacher Ipad Apps, Preschool Special Education
The "Big 3 Tool Kit" for Children with CVI: PLUS the 20 Best CVI-Friendly iPad Apps! | WonderBaby.org
20 iPad Apps for kids with CVI Visit pinterest.com/wonderbabyorg/ for more apps for the ipad
Create tactile books for babies and young children who are blind or low vision.
Tactile Books for Very Young Children – Paths to Literacy
Create tactile books for babies and young children who are blind or low vision.
It's easy to modify traditional board games with #braille and #tactile markings. And everyone learns a little more braille in the process! Board Games, Teaching Practices, Literacy Skills, Fun Board Games
Creating Braille Board Games – Paths to Literacy
It's easy to modify traditional board games with #braille and #tactile markings. And everyone learns a little more braille in the process!
Ivan's first day of preschool
IEP's for Parents of Blind or Visually Impaired Children | WonderBaby.org
Ivan's first day of preschool
Braille and tactile book adaptations for children who are blind or visually impaired Instagram
Braille and Tactile Book Adaptions – Paths to Literacy
Braille and tactile book adaptations for children who are blind or visually impaired
the numbers and symbols in this worksheet are all written with black dots on white paper
Paths to Literacy | For Students Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired
Overview of some of the most significant changes in UEB
Advice for parents who are raising a blind baby
Raising a Blind Child | WonderBaby.org
Advice for parents who are raising a blind baby
the instructions for how to make felt shapes
Touch and Feel Shapes
Touch and Feel Shapes! DIY cards for fun learning with toddlers.
Guidelines on how to braille playing cards Playing Card Deck, Playing Cards, Learning Languages, Braille Reader
A Braille Letter Song by Queensland Department of Education – Paths to Literacy
Guidelines on how to braille playing cards
a plastic tray with some gummy bears in it
Workbox Ideas
There are many examples of work box tasks/activities on Pinterest! The images of tasks below are ideas from colleagues in District 742 or from the Regions 5 & 7 Structured Teaching training!
How can you explain blindness to your child when you are sighted? And how can you explain sight to a child who has never seen? Parents, Parenting, Auditory Processing Disorder, Social Anxiety Disorder, Disability Awareness, Vision Loss, Special Needs
What Does it Mean to be Blind? | WonderBaby.org
How can you explain blindness to your child when you are sighted? And how can you explain sight to a child who has never seen?
12 more ideas for teaching braille to struggling readers with decreased tactile sensitivity Tactile Sensitivity
12 More Ideas for Teaching Braille to Students with Decreased Tactile Sensitivity – Paths to Literacy
12 more ideas for teaching braille to struggling readers with decreased tactile sensitivity
a small child sitting in front of a blue box with wires on it's sides
Homemade vision area for CVI.
the instructions for how to create your own braille designs
Creating Braille Art with a Perkins Brailler – Paths to Literacy
Learn how to create your own braille designs using a Perkins brailler!
Step-by-step guidelines to adapt The Hungry Caterpillar for children who are blind or who have specialneeds. Teaching Crafts, Easy Learning
Adapting the Hungry Caterpillar for Children Who Are Blind – Paths to Literacy
Step-by-step guidelines to adapt The Hungry Caterpillar for children who are blind or who have specialneeds.
there is a book and a blue frisbee on the table
Adapting Picture Books for Lap Reading
Adapting Creatively: Adapting Picture Books for Lap Reading
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Free Printable Christmas Five Senses Book – Life Over C's
This Christmas five senses book is a great way to learn about the five senses with kids during the Christmas season.
Adapting Itsy-Bitsy Spider Book for children with CVI (Cortical Visual Impairment) Speech Language Pathology, Speech Language Therapy, Educational Assistant
Adapting Itsy-Bitsy Spider Book for Students with CVI – Paths to Literacy
Adapting Itsy-Bitsy Spider Book for children with CVI (Cortical Visual Impairment)