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Fun & Accessible Math and Number Activities

Paper octopus with numbers

WonderBaby.org shares ideas for teaching number concepts to young children who are blind or visually impaired. 

Braille or high contrast numbers can be added to the paper octopus on the right to work on counting skills, while doing a fun craft project.

 

Counting machine

 

This simple idea uses cardboard tubes and matching colors to practice counting.

 

 

 

Practice fractions

 

 

Measurement and pouring activities offer an opportunity to learn about basic concepts like "more" and "less", "empty" and "full", as well as to have hands-on experience with fractions (half).

 

 

 

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Great sharing

Posted by Anonymous

Posted on March 5, 2013
Updated on: February 7, 2018

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Anonymous commented on September 19, 2013

Great sharing