Here is another fun creative resource from Positive Eye, to support speaking and listening skills together with social skills, using the Lazy Sue from IKEA. It is an inclusive game that all the classmates can join in with alongside the child with VI. You can adapt the game to suit the child you are working with. Watch the video to find out more about the game and how to play it.
When it stops, look or feel the facial expression that stops in front of the player
Choose the word label that matches the facial expression
Child to make the facial expression, others to guess which one they are mimicking, describe face being pulled
Child to identify the voice tone that matches the emotion being conveyed in the facial expression (using the recordable pegs). Alternatively the child could read the voice tone onto the peg that matches the emotion being conveyed
Game continues with players throwing a 6 to take a turn, pressing the buzzer, spinning the Lazy Sue until all the cards, pegs and facial expressions are matched
Winner is the person who matches the most expressions