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Accessible Advent Calendars

Ideas for advent calendars for people who are blind or visually impaired include using braille or tactile materials
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Numeracy Development Plan

This activity covers a numeracy development plan for students who are blind or visually impaired.
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Addition and Multiplication Tables for Students with Low Vision

Addition and multiplication tables for students with low vision
Nemeth Tutorial

Nemeth Tutorial from APH

Tutorial in Nemeth Code for braille notation of mathematics and science
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Math Window Braille

Math Window Braille would be a valuable resource for TVIs needing materials for their students who are tactual learners.

Draftsman and Stylus

Materials for students with visual impairments to create instant tactile drawings easily.
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Sensory Curriculum Ideas - Journey to the Shop

This activity helps children who are blind or visually impaired to develop sensory skills through a trip to visit different kinds of stores and shops.
Maryland Common Core Frameworks for braille

The Maryland Common Core Frameworks for Braille: Webinar

Learn about the Maryland Common Core Braille Frameworks for Math and English Language Arts.
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Post Office Activity: Support Literacy, Numeracy, and Social Skills

This activity reinforces literacy, numeracy, and social skills through a post office game and related activities.
homemade abacus using blocks and dowels

Make an abacus - supporting understanding of placement value

Learn how to make your own abacus for students with visual impairments!
Ideas for developing early literacy, numeracy and visual skills

Developing Early Literacy, Numeracy and Visual Skills

Hands-on ideas for helping young children with visual impairments to develop early literacy, numeracy, and visual skills
Using everyday objects to teach concept development to children who are blind or visually impaired

Practical Ideas to Support Concept Development

Use everyday objects to help children who are blind or visually impaired to develop basic concepts with these hands-on activities.
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Bethany stays for 1 sleepover with 1 Nana - Developing the concept of 'oneness'

This book for emergent braille readers used tactile illustrations and a simple story to reinforce the concept of the number "one".
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Connections to the CCSS for Literacy and Math in Science and Technical Subjects

Science education requires a strong grasp of literacy and math skills, and these documents from the Next Generation Science Standards show how they are aligned with the Common Core State Standards.
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Cross curricular theme to literacy and numeracy - The Supermarket

This activity shows that many skills in different subject areas can be taught through a single theme.
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Common Core State Standards for Mathematics: Braille Files

Braille files for the Common Core State Standards in Mathematics
Fireman sam bucket story

Fireman Sam Story Bucket

This story bucket uses real objects to help children who are blind or visually impaired to understand the concept of the role of a fireman.
Low vision aid for money

Slide-A-Round Math Manipulatives

Manipulatives for teaching abstract mathematical concepts to students who are blind or visually impaired
Early tactile pattern game

Tactile Pattern Game

Ideas for creating a tactile matching or pattern game using a scarf hanger from IKEA
Robert the Robot

Supporting early maths and literacy with Robert the Robot

Literacy and numeracy activities for young children who are blind or visually impaired