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
10 Sensory Christmas Activities for Children who are Blind!
Create a fun little snow man out of shredded recycled paper! Then use puff balls for the buttons. Googley eyes for the eyes and pre cut mouth and nose for those. The arms could be black toothpicks. The hat can be pre cut as well. This would be a great project for many ages, the older the kids get the less stuff will be pre cut out.
Art activities are a wonderful way to work on tactile skills and fine motor development, as well as basic concepts, social skills, and language and communication. Volunteer Cecily Power and Lower School art teacher Rocky Tomascoff share ideas for art activities for children who are blind or visually impaired, including those with multiple disabilities. Try making playdough, sponge painting with textures, or bubbly finger paint!