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pickles lying on a wood table

Pickle Dissection with the Prodigi Connect

Collaborative science project in an inclusive setting for a middle school student with Low Vision
Tree of Thanks

Tree of Thanks

This Thanksgiving craft give students with visual impairments and other special needs the chance to write about what they are thankful for.
Cover of Clue Jr.

Adapting Clue Jr. for Children with Vision Impairments

Tips to adapt the board game of Clue Jr. for children who are blind or low vision.
A student holds up her braille year book next to her twin brother

Yearbook Time! Ideas on Including Students with Visual Impairments

Ideas to make the yearbook experience accessible to students who are blind or visually impaired
cover of look n cook microwave cookbook

Visual Recipes for Non-Readers

These visual recipes have pictures that a non-reader can use to follow in a cooking lesson.
tools that are used during a low vision clinic appointment

Experience Story: Going to Low Vision Clinic

Experience book for students with visual impairments about visiting the low vision clinic.
Lazy Susan with braille labels

Spin and Move!

This game provides practice matching textures, objects, and braille words. Kids will enjoy reading braille labels and performing the action movements on the card!
Symbol for laundry detergent

Grocery Shopping Book

Using tactile symbols to support grocery shopping with children who are blind or visually impaired, including those with additional disabilities
their, there, they're

Using Frequently Confused Words Correctly

Practice with frequently confused words and homonyms
Image of Front of Book with text "Snow, Snow, What Do You See?", a printed snowflake and two foam cut-out snowflakes. Printed text "By: ____" at bottom of front cover.  Picture of assembled and decorated snowman, complete with hat, scarf, boots and white cane.

Winter Tactile Experience Book: Snow, Snow, What Do You See?

This hands-on activity gives beginning braille readers a chance to create a tactile book about winter.
Close up of Plant Life Cycle worksheet

Adapting Plant Life Cycle Worksheet

Example of how to adapt a worksheet for pupils with vision loss showing a science worksheet of a plant life cycle
a person washing their hands with a bar of soap

Adapting Personal Hygiene Worksheet

Guidelines to adapt worksheets for students with visual impairments
a bee on a yellow flower

Adapting Pollination Process Worksheet

Tips to modify worksheets for students who are blind or partially sighted
a sign post with one sign showing the British flag and one flag showing the EU flag

Adapting EU Current Affairs Worksheet

Guidelines to adapt worksheets for students with low vision
an old photograph of a world war one soldier

Adapting Sources Worksheet

Guidelines to adapt worksheets for students with visual impairments
Original Water World worksheet

Adapting Water World Worksheet

Guidelines on adapting worksheets for pupils with vision loss
looking up at the Eiffel Tower

Adapting Geography of Paris Landmarks Worksheet

Tips to adapt geography and French language worksheets for students with visual impairments.
four thermometers displaying different temperatures

Adapting Temperature Worksheet

Tips to adapt a science worksheet on temperature for students with visual impairments
an excerpt from the inferences worksheet linked below

Adapting English Inferences Worksheet

Tips to adapt worksheets for students with visual impairments
Geometric shapes lined up

CVI in Practice: Teaching Visual-Spatial Skills Using Attribute Blocks

Hands-on activity is designed to help students with CVI to develop an understanding of spatial relations to assist with writing skills.

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