Beeper eggs can be used in an egg hunt so blind and visually impaired children can find them using their auditory skills. To order go to Maxaids.
Lit Easter Eggs
Students with a visual impairment including CVI can benefit from using eggs that are lit. Glow eggs can be purchased from Amazon.
Create an Egg Hunt in a Sensory Bin
Using sensory bins filled with paper grass and eggs can be a fun alternative for students with multiple disabilities or who may be confined to a wheel chair. Age appropriate items can also be used in the bin.
Easter Activities for Learners with CVI
These Easter activities are designed for children and youth who have cortical/cerebral visual impairment or CVI. Using light to draw attention to Easter-themed items helps learners with CVI participate in inclusive activities and increase visual attention.
- Modified Easter baskets
- Hanging lit eggs
- Making noise maker/shaker eggs
- Lit eggs
More Easter Ideas
Spring, Eggs, and Easter Ideas and Activities
Colorful Eggs: Tactile Book for Beginning Braille Readers
11 DIY Tactile Easter Eggs for Kids with Visual Impairments from Wonderbaby.org