Make your Advent calendar accessible to children who are blind or deafblind this Christmas using braille.
These wooden Christmas trees have drawers and can be labelled with braille to make accessible Advent calendars for children who are blind, low vision or deafblind, or with multiple disabilities.
Ideas for advent calendars for people who are blind or visually impaired include using braille or tactile materials
This Advent calendar for beginning braille readers can be used with children who are blind, visually impaired or deafblind
I am a mother of two sweet boys. My oldest, Liam, is 6 years old. He is deafblind. My youngest, Finn, is 3 years old. He has typical vision and hearing. I really look forward to the Christmas season. I enjoy finding creative ways to make this holiday special for BOTH of my boys. I hope...
Ideas to involve children who are blind or visually impaired in Christmas and holiday activities at home and in the community
This activity uses a braille advent calendar to identify numerals in braille or print while counting down to Christmas.
By Kate Hurst Perhaps the thing that makes us human is the stories (real and imagined) that each of us has inside. Many people think that the gift of storytelling belongs only to writers, shamans, and the very old. The reality is we are all storytellers from the very earliest days of our lives....
Helping children who are blind or visually impaired or deafblind to tell their stories is very important to their social, emotional and cognitive development, especially communication and literacy.