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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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Skwish Classic A0101: Skwish Classic
Finally, a toy that has no wrong-side-up!
Groovy Skwish A0103: Groovy Skwish
This compact Skwish really is groovy!
Musical Fantasy A0119: Musical Fantasy
Vivid colors, intriguing motion and beautiful music combine to make this toy a favorite!
Rock'n Rattle Mirror A0121: Rock'n Rattle Mirror
Mirrors are the perfect cause-and-effect toys!
Activity Spiral A0123: Activity Spiral
Strong suction cup base holds colourful toy securely
"Sea- Through" Pat Mat A0124: "Sea- Through" Pat Mat
Brightly coloured plastic shapes bob and move at the slightest touch.
Brilliant Lights Ball A0127: Brilliant Lights Ball
Encourages children to reach out and explore!
Sunshine Symphony A0128: Sunshine Symphony
Touch activated musical toy with twinkling lights, textures, and more!
Somatosensory Bead Chain A0129: Somatosensory Bead Chain
Impossible to resist!
Baby Buzzer A0130: Baby Buzzer
Musical vibrating baby soother

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Practice Visual Tracking With A Bubble Blower!

Try using the bubble blower in a windless environment to provide slow moving bubbles when the child is just beginning to visually track. Later, to make a greater challenge, take it outside on a windy day or run a fan in the room with the blower. Visual tracking is an important precursor skill for reading!

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