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Fridge magnets, braille letters spell love with tactile heart, also star magnet and dachshund magnet

Making Braille Magnets for Beginning Readers


By jesmcdowellTVIOandM | Comments: 1
A young girl examines a pop-up illustration of an alligator nose in a picture book

Reading Aloud to Children with Visual Impairment


By Tina Herzberg | Comments: 0
a board book with text on one page describing butterflies, and a plastic butterfly glued to the other

Tactile Book for a New Preschool Student


By Liz Eagan | Comments: 0
Red cup and yellow washcloth

Using Tangible Symbols at Home


By Liamsmom | Comments: 2
cards with questions on one side and paperclips on the back

Challenge Card Game: Practice Braille Reading Skills While Having Fun!


By Raquel Espina | Comments: 0
CVI pegboard book

Getting Ready for School: CVI-Friendly Pegboard Book


By Diane Sheline | Comments: 0
Cover of Three Bright Red Pom Poms Lined Up in a Row

Three Bright Red Pom Poms Lined Up in a Row


By Diane Sheline | Comments: 0
Page of book with red mylar gift bag on right

Where is the Red Gift Bag?


By Diane Sheline | Comments: 0
Materials for modified version of Clifford's Family

Clifford's Family: Modified Version


By Diane Sheline | Comments: 0
Image of slinky on page of "My Favorite Things" book

My Favorite Things


By Diane Sheline | Comments: 0
Page with 3 silver pie tins and one red puff

Three Silver Pie Tins and One Red Puff


By Diane Sheline | Comments: 0
Page of Five Little Lights

Five Little Lights


By Diane Sheline | Comments: 0
Cover of One Yellow Slinky Bouncing Up and Down

One Yellow Slinky Bouncing Up and Down


By Diane Sheline | Comments: 1
story box, tactile symbols, and picture symbols

"Growing a Rainbow": Accessible Ideas for Children with Multiple Disabilities


By lelusher | Comments: 1
Cover of Where Once There Was a Wood

"Where There Once Was a Wood": Accessible Ideas for Children with Multiple Disabilities


By cmilburn | Comments: 0
materials to make Flush more accessible to students who are blind or visually impaired

"Flush": Accessible Ideas for Students with Multiple Disabilities


By lauraparker | Comments: 0
picture symbols from the story

"If You Give a Mouse a Cookie": Accessible Ideas for Children with Multiple Disabilities


By Joyanna0510 | Comments: 0
plush toys that are part of the story box

"Pooh's Secret Garden": Accessible Ideas for Children with Multiple Disabilities


By Michael.Riley | Comments: 0
items from the story box including plush toys and the book

"Guess What?": Accessible Ideas for Children with Multiple Disabilities


By whitley.martin | Comments: 0
picture symbols, tactile symbols, and tactile objects

"Bear Feels Sick": Accessible Ideas for Children with Multiple Disabilities


By Natalie Hatfield | Comments: 0

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