Learn how to make an activity center for children with visual impairments. Using general hardware materials (like cardboard or peg-board) and other household items (like toys or kitchen utensils) you can create a sensory space for your child. We have ideas for big spaces and little spaces!

Creating Sensory Activity Centers for Blind Children

"Learn how to make an activity center using general hardware materials (like cardboard or peg-board) and other household items (like toys or kitchen utensils). Here are ideas for BIG spaces and little spaces!

Rethink you walls- sensory design anywhere on any budget from #DIY to interactive experience design.

Rethink your walls- sensory design anywhere on any budget from to interactive experience design.---I would love to have a small magnetic and Lego area on the nursery wall!

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Sensory wall, loveee this for the toddlers want to make soo badly!

Sensory Wall shared by The EYLF Page . An inspiring idea for show and tell ~ send home a piece of cardstock.and on each childs' presentation day, voila! An artifact to add to the wall, and a discussion/ jumping off point.-I like the sensory wall.

I'm The Teacher That The Kids From Last Year Warned You About

I'm The Teacher That The Kids From Last Year Warned You About

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