Sensory bottles are easy and fun to make, and allow students to use tactile and motor skills.
Try this activity on brown paper bags, large paper, or canvas. Pairs well with the story, The Day It Rained Hearts. Click here for the read aloud version.
An excellent way to use fine motor skills with your students and requires minimal supplies.
These Valentine’s Day themed activities help preschoolers who are blind or visually impaired to develop fine motor and tactile skills, pre-braille concepts, early literacy, number concepts, and sensory exploration.
This tactile book uses different textures on each red heart to create an accessible book for children with cortical/cerebral visual impairment.
Print and braille valentines to celebrate Valentine’s Day!
Make Valentine’s Day accessible to children who are blind, deafblind, visually impaired or multiply disabled with accessible post boxes!
Activity ideas for making tangible valentines with children who are blind or visually impaired, including those with deafblindness or multiple disabilities.
Support sighted classmates in making accessible tactile valentines with braille for children in inclusive classrooms who are blind, deafblind, or visually impaired.
Valentine Treats with Bracelets
Easy to assemble valentine treats using a pretty cloth napkin, beaded bracelets, and candy.
All materials were gotten from Amazon, but you can easily get these at the dollar store or make you own valentine bracelets to practice fine motor skills.