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Do You Use Tangible Symbols with a Student who has a Visual Impairment?

3-D symbols that include a the laundry room is a hook, the school store is a couple of gold coins, and the student’s classroom is a number 3, the first number in his classroom number.
Lessons and materials

3D Destination Symbols for Students with Multiple Disabilities

PB crackers, peanut butter, and a plate in a 3 sectioned calendar/routine box.
Activity and strategy

Literacy, Snacking, and Learning

communication cards with tactile letters and objects for person identification
Activity and strategy

Bridging Back to Build Up

Object card ring with a tangible cup and spoon on one for eating representation.

Reference Objects for Students with Multiple Disabilities and Visual Impairments

Student making orange juice with a teacher using a juicing machine.
Tips and guides

Non-Visual Multi-Sensory Experiences for Students with Multiple Disabilities