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Salt box discoveries: Stimulate early learning by hiding objects (e.g., numbers, letters, colors, shapes) in a salt box for your children to find || Gift of Curiosity

Salt box discoveries: Stimulate early learning by hiding objects (e., numbers, letters, colors, shapes) in a salt box for your children to find

Itsy Bitsy Spider is a Circle Time Braille Kit that focuses on the letter "s", spiders, weather and counting to 8. NOTE: this activity is for emerging readers, but contains small parts that may not be appropriate for all children

Itsy Bitsy Spider is a Circle Time Braille Kit that focuses on the letter "s", spiders, weather and counting to NOTE: this activity is for emerging readers, but contain small parts that may not be appropriate for all children

Tangible Symbols that we use at Washington Center

Tangible Symbols- Two dimensional photos or drawings are often too abstract. Tangible symbols were created as a first step towards understanding symbols. Students with visual impairment are also benfitting from the tangible symbols.-- pinned by: JRubino

Tactile symbols

8 Types of Visual Student Schedules - The Autism HelperTap the link to check out great fidgets and sensory toys. Happy Hands make Happy People!