Love this #workbasket. Thanks for linking up! #Repost @simplyspecialed with @repostapp. ・・・ Threw together a quick new fine motor/ sorting task box for #workbasketwednesday with @autismclassroomnews ! It's amazing what you can make with stuff already arou
touch book page - For a child with little available vision they may be relying more on how objects feel and sound rather than how they look. This handmade touch book is easy to put together and enables your child to learn about different textures (the same can be done with sounds!)
People with vision impairment will often require help with every day tasks they could once complete on their own. They may also require support to enable them to stay in touch with the community, friends and their leisure pursuits.
I made these Sense of Smell Swatches and Sense of Touch Boards last year for a early years class I was teaching. They were used as part of our Five Senses Unit. They were a hit! The kids loved to feel and smell the different boards and swatches as it gave them hands-on tactile objects to explore and manipulate.