36 Fun Summer Activities for Kids Who are Blind and Multiply Disabled! During long breaks from school we're always looking for something fun (and preferably educational) for Ivan to do, but it can be (Fun Summer Bake)
Learn how to make your own Touch Book for your blind baby by putting together a book of textures for him to feel. It's easy and fun and can be a great gift for a visually impaired child. or Dementia nursing home residents.
Fine motor activities and ideas to strengthen hands and fingers, while developing tactile discrimination skills with young pre-braille readers who are blind or low vision. These activities help to lay the foundation for braille literacy skills.
Of course you can add braille to almost any toy. All you need is a good braille labeler and a little space on the toy and you're good to go! But it's also exciting to find toys specifically designed for blind or visually impaired kids who are learning (or