Paths to Literacy

for students who are blind or visually impaired

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A young boy who is deafblind signs with his mother
Added by Sandy Kenrick
A parent provides step by step instructions on how to make an experience book with a young boy who is deafblind as an early step toward literacy
Two young brothers explore books
Added by Sandy Kenrick
Tips for families to create tactile books and other literacy materials for young children who are blind or visually impaired, deafblind or who have multiple disabilities
Plaques with textures and braille
Added by Sandy Kenrick
A parent shares ideas on creating DIY accessible playgrounds for kids who are blind
Boy explores a storybox
Added by Sandy Kenrick
This storybox is a great way to introduce young children who are blind or visually impaired or deafblind to early literacy concepts.
textures on puzzle
Added by Sandy Kenrick
Easy ideas for adapting puzzles with textures for children who are blind or who have multiple disabilities, making this a multi-sensory activity.
A young boy examines a tactile book.
Added by Sandy Kenrick
Fun ideas to teach sign language to a deafblind child through literacy
number book
Added by Sandy Kenrick
This fun hands-on activity uses real objects to help children who are blind or deafblind to learn to count and develop number concepts.
Added by Sandy Kenrick
This counting book uses real objects and tactile symbols, along with ASL signs to teach numbers and counting to young children who are blind or visually impaired, deafblind, or with multiple disabilities.
Big and little rings
Added by Sandy Kenrick
This concept book was made by the parent of a young deafblind boy using real objects to teach about size "big" and "small". The book has braille labels and ASL signs.
Shape book
Added by Sandy Kenrick
Ideas for making tactile books with braille and ASL (sign language) for a preschool deafblind child, created by his mother

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