How do you make a tactile book for children who are blind or visually impaired? Find lots of ideas here!
Here are some fun ideas for using tactile materials to teach pre-braille students tracking, matching and other skills to promote braille literacy.
Create tactile books for babies and young children who are blind or low vision.
Tactile bingo is a fun way to teach children who are blind or visually impaired to match shapes, braille letters or dots in an inclusive game!
Ideas of activities and materials to develop pre-braille skills in young children who are blind or visually impaired
Attractive objects for Active Learners with visual impairments and multiple disabilities
Website with tips on how to make your own tactile books. This page is FULL of great information on how to DIY your own tactile books using common supplies. Sure to engage your reluctant readers as well as better include those with visual impairments. Read more at: http://www.tactilebooks.org/making/index.html
Use familiar routines to create sensory stories with students with multiple disabilities
Tips to teach basic concepts and pre-braille skills to young children with visual impairments
Great tips from a parent on how to make your own tactile books for children who are blind, visually impaired, or deafblind