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Making Outdoor Play Fun And Safe For Children With Visual Impairments

Helpful hints for families, caregivers, and teachers.

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Purple and Clear Lunacycle B0705: Purple and Clear Lunacycle
Easy to hold shakable toy
Black and White Lunacycle B0706: Black and White Lunacycle
Innovative, high-contrast design!
Lights & Vibration Sensory Tube E0103-A: Lights & Vibration Sensory Tube
Super sensory tube!
Vibrating Sensory Tube E0103-B: Vibrating Sensory Tube
Good vibes!
Therasaur Set - Gold, Green, Blue E0116-A: Therasaur Set - Gold, Green, Blue
Getting kids to do hand exercises has never been easier!
6 Sets of Therasaurs - Gold, Green, Blue E0116-B: 6 Sets of Therasaurs - Gold, Green, Blue
Save money on bulk purchase of hand exercisers!
Climb-A-Tron (Unadapted) E0305: Climb-A-Tron (Unadapted)
Watch it climb!
Razzle Dazzle Bead Chain - Standard E0402: Razzle Dazzle Bead Chain - Standard
FREE IEP manual with suggested activities.
Oval Texture Music Box, Large L0410: Oval Texture Music Box, Large
Great introduction to switches
Oval Texture Music Box, Medium L0411: Oval Texture Music Box, Medium
Great introduction to switches

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Concepts: Things that Go Together

Matching things that go together is a challenging cognitive skill for children with developmental delays to learn. It involves making a leap from, "this ball is the same as this ball", to "the ball and the bat go together". Things That Go Together uses clearly illustrated two piece puzzles to help children master this important developmental concept. The difficulty level can be adjusted by presenting either more or less options. For example: Does the fish go with the fishing rod or the tree? You can keep adding more choices to make the difficulty level match your child's level of learning.

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