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Preschool Art Activity Tips For Children With Visual Impairments

With small adaptations, children with visual impairments can participate fully in art activities.

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Everybody's Working Video P0710: Everybody's Working Video
Show students how they can become successful employees!
No Body's Perfect Package - Includes: No Body's Perfect video and guide plus Raising Kids video P0711-A: No Body's Perfect Package - Includes: No Body's Perfect video and guide plus Raising Kids video
Inclusion-friendly program profiles three great kids with disabilities.
Raising Kids with Special Needs P0711-B: Raising Kids with Special Needs
A narrative about raising and educating a child with a disability.
No Body's Perfect Video P0711-C: No Body's Perfect Video
Excellent video helps involve young viewers in a variety of disability awareness activities.
LifeSkill Video Series P0712: LifeSkill Video Series
Watch Mary make steady strides toward self-sufficiency throughout this eight video series.
Looking Good Video P0713: Looking Good Video
Mary and her friends plan a party and learn personal care skills.
Home Cooking Videos P0714: Home Cooking Videos
Mary moves into her own place and learns Home Cooking.
Keeping House Video P0715: Keeping House Video
Mary moves into her own place and learns how to keep house.
Plan Your Day Video P0716: Plan Your Day Video
In Plan Your Day Mary shows her brother how to stick to a schedule.
Shopping Smart Videos P0717: Shopping Smart Videos
When Mary moves to her own place she has to learn how to shop the smart way.

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Adapting Signs for pre-verbal communication

Many hearing children use Sign instead of or before verbal communication. But what do you do if traditional Signs are physically difficult to master? Adapt them! For example, the traditional Sign used to indicate "I need to go to the washroom" involves putting the thumb between the third and fourth fingers in a fist and waving the fist. If the child can't manage the hand position you could try using a plain closed fist waving instead. Sign-based communication can help improve communication skills, lower frustration, improve manual dexterity, and teach children that hands can be used for meaningful activities. You will find a good group of Sign resources in Dragonfly's book section.

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