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The Objective of the Lego Listening Game … is for one player to arrange his/her blocks in exactly the same design/pattern as the other player. The catch is that players cannot see each others’ blocks/board but must rely only on verbal instructions. Fun Learning, Learning Activities, Teaching Resources, Activities For Kids, Listening Games, Listening Skills, School Counseling, Speech And Language, Social Skills

Homemade Lego Listening Game - StoriesAndChildren.com

Posted on 19 June 2012 by Susan Syddall This homemade Lego listening game is SO easy to organise and is very versatile. The level of challenge or difficulty can be changed very quickly to suit the abilities of your child. Homemade Lego Listening Game The Objective of the Homemade Lego Listening Game … is for … Continue reading "Homemade Lego Listening Game"

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It Feels...

This is another 5-senses activity. We did 10 different materials, ranging from feathers to sandpaper and everything in between. We had the kids feel each piece of material and then had them glue them onto the hands. We asked the kids to describe the material and what if felt like to them. I LOVE the answers that we got from some of the kids. My own little girl, had some that made me crack up. The sandpaper felt like Poppa's face, the fake leather felt like a couch and one of them felt like…

Certified Orientation and Mobility instructor Susan Shier Lowry gives tips on how to encourage young blind children to reach out and touch while walking through familiar environments. Trailing techniques are an important part of Orientation and Mobility. Multiple Disabilities, Learning Disabilities, Vision Therapy, Core Curriculum, Toddler Development, Education Humor, Special Needs Kids, Student Teaching, Pediatrics

Hand Use While Walking: Helping Your Child Who is Blind Understand His Home | WonderBaby.org

Certified Orientation and Mobility instructor Susan Shier Lowry gives tips on how to encourage young blind children to reach out and touch while walking through familiar environments. Trailing techniques are an important part of O&M.

Orientation and Mobility for Blind Babies & Preschoolers with visual impairments. Pre-canes, travel routes, and more for young blind kids to access their environment. Kids Education, Special Education, Visually Impaired Activities, Baby Programs, Pediatric Ot, Toddler Development, Teaching Time, Special Needs Kids, Working With Children

Orientation and Mobility for Blind Children | WonderBaby.org

Orientation and Mobility for Blind Babies & Preschoolers

Echolocation is the use of sounds to gain information about the environment and surrounding objects. Blind kids can learn to use echolocation to augment traditional orientation and mobility! Multiple Disabilities, Special Needs Kids, Exercise For Kids, Clipart, Kids And Parenting, Blinds, Activities For Kids, Oriental, Aurora Sleeping Beauty

Echolocation for Blind Children | WonderBaby.org

Echolocation is the use of sounds to gain information about the environment and surrounding objects. Blind kids can learn to use echolocation to augment traditional orientation and mobility!

Gardening with a Blind Child: Gardening is a very hands-on endeavor and children with visual impairments need the opportunity to get their hands into as many different real-world activities as possible, so how about starting a gardening project? *pinned b Nature Activities, Outdoor Activities For Kids, Sensory Activities, Summer Activities, Visually Impaired Activities, Blinde, Sensory Garden, Outdoor Classroom, How To Eat Better

Gardening with a Blind Child | WonderBaby.org

Gardening is a very hands-on endeavor and children with visual impairments need the opportunity to get their hands into as many different real-world activities as possible, so how about starting a gardening project?

Adventure Walks Helping Your Child Who is Blind Move Around Outdoors Getting your blind child outside and moving around in the community can help them develop motor skills as well as Orientation and Mobility skills. Motor Planning, Pediatric Occupational Therapy, Core Curriculum, Sensory Integration, Helping Children, Special Needs Kids, Motor Skills, Fun Activities, Kids Learning

Adventure Walks: Helping Your Child Who is Blind Move Around Outdoors | WonderBaby.org

Getting your blind child outside and moving around in the community can help them develop motor skills as well as Orientation and Mobility skills.

An interview with a TVI and Orientation and Mobility instructor. *repinned by WonderBaby.org Foundation Stage, Educational Technology, Assistive Technology, Outdoor Education, Toddler Development, Motor Activities, Special Education, Visual Impairment, Taps

Today I have a guest post from Jessica at the new blog, Out Of Sight Teaching . Jessica is a TVI, or Teacher of the Visually Impaired, in Ne...

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Orientation & Mobility for Blind Babies | WonderBaby.org

How to begin orientation and mobility (O&M) training for your blind infant - before they're even crawling!

Basic prepositional concepts like in, on, under, behind, etc. can be very difficult for blind children to master. We'll share our ideas to help you teach these concepts. Preposition Activities, Speech Therapy Activities, Preschool Activities, Help Teaching, Teaching Tools, Visual Perception Activities, Teacher Helper, Vision Therapy, Toddler Development

In, On, and Under: Teaching Children who are Blind About Location | WonderBaby.org

Basic prepositional concepts like in, on, under, behind, etc. can be very difficult for blind children to master. We'll share our ideas to help you teach these concepts.

Blind children are known to have delayed development is several key areas, such as fine motor skills and cognitive development. We provide age-range development charts with with visual impairment in mind. (Pinned by Steve) Motor Activities, Therapy Activities, Infant Activities, Therapy Ideas, Sensory Activities, Braille, Pediatric Occupational Therapy, Vision Therapy, Toddler Development

Helping Your Blind Baby Learn How to Reach for Objects | WonderBaby.org

Learn how to encourage your child to reach out for objects and how reaching can help develop orientation skills needed for crawling and walking.