Lessons & Crafts
Thanksgiving craft activity for kids who are blind, deafblind, low vision or with other special needs focusing on what they are thankful for.
Designed to give students who are blind or visually impaired, including those with multiple disabilities, practice with fine motor skills and tactile discrimination.
This Thanksgiving craft gives students with visual impairments and other special needs the chance to write about what they are thankful for.
An activity that allows students to use real objects and tactile symbols to help students illustrate what they are thankful for.
A fun craft for students who are blind, visually impaired, or deafblind that can be shared with families.
Use these turkey activities from Perkins School for the Blind to introduce basic concepts to young students who are visually impaired through coloring activities.
Create braille designs of a pie and turkey for Thanksgiving!
- Clifford’s Thanksgiving Visit. Available on The Braille Bookstore website.
- Squanto and the First Thanksgiving. Available on the Seedlings website.
- Magic Tree House #27: Thanksgiving on Thursday. Available on the Seedlings website.
- Many Thanksgiving books available in print on Amazon.
Parent Resource Article
Making Holiday Traditions Through Teaching is found at APH (American Printing House for the Blind) and is a short article worth reading.