Building fine motor skills and eye/hand coordination can be a lot of fun! Many children enjoy art activities both at home and school that involve cutting with scissors, using crayons and markers, and squeezing glue, glitter glue, and paint tubes. Read on for more than 20 quick and easy strategies.
Welcome back to another school year! Here are some fun activities that you might enjoy trying with your magnifier and/or CCTV both at school and home as well as in the community!
No matter how old your child is, it is never too early, nor too late, to help him develop more efficient ways of organizing.
It is winter time, and we thought you might enjoy cooking. We hope you will enjoy these simple yet delicious recipes!
There are lots of tips and tools that may assist individuals who are visually impaired in the kitchen! Whether you are just beginning to learn how to cook or have been cooking for years, we hope that you will find these ideas helpful!
The development of literacy requires a language-rich and hands-on experiential foundation from which children make connections, relate new information, and link symbols to communication. Here are some ideas for building emerging literacy skills.
Literacy is a broad term that includes reading, writing, critical thinking, speaking, and listening. We begin building our literacy skills during infancy, and the process continues throughout our lives. The pre-emerging and emerging literacy skills listed below will help build a firm foundation for becoming a lifelong reader!
Although listening skills are not designed to replace braille reading, they are an essential communication skill that all children need to possess. For many individuals who read braille, listening skills will become essential when they enter middle and high school where the academic responsibilities and reading quantity grow exponentially.
Independent living can be a breeze with some planning, organizing, and labeling. These few simple suggestions will help you live safely and with increased confidence.
Summer is a great time for games, and playing with family and friends is part of the fun of growing up. Games can also help your child build social, recreational, and academic skills. Here are a variety of games you can play with your child.