Early Childhood

Play Hide and Seek with Peep and his friends!
Here are accessible versions of the popular preschool Peep and the big Wide World games and videos!
Perfect for students with CVI or students who have complex needs!
Blast off with sonification with these out-of-this-world activities!
Include visually impaired students and students with multiple disabilities in your Easter Egg hunt!
This app is a FUN way to learn iOS gestures, listening skills and increasing auditory processing!
What can YOU teach with egg tactile graphics!
Encourage creativity and problem-solving during free play with Code and Go Robot Mouse!
Create tactile stickers for classmates to use to make accessible Valentine's Day cards!
Can you imagine books professionally narrated with audio descriptions and ASL interpreters?
What is YOUR ideal line (width, shading and texture) for teacher-created tactile images using a PIAF or Swell machine?
Hands-on, reading comprehension, and tech skills are all rolled into these snowman activities!
This comprehensive braille curriculum has braille overlays and tactile braille manipulatives!
Use the beloved Grinch to teach alphabetic word signs such as "not", "like" and "but".
Age-appropriate IEP goals for a preschooler learning to use VoiceOver on an iPad.
Gobble up these turkey-themed activities for students who are visually impaired.
How family members can share their vacation experiences!
Capture the first day of preschool in an accessible ePub book!
Turn that special vacation into an emerging reader book - a lifelong memory!
Don't bat your eye at this fun lesson!
Learn about and listen to musical instruments in these two digital books!
Tactile graphics can be spooky and spectacular!
Learn how to create multiple worksheets using the same images! Note: These images are great for low vision and CVI students too!
Fall-themed spider activities for various ages and goals!
What can be more fun than Play-Doh Braille activities?!
Build the concepts of "same" and "different" with these accessible tactile worksheets!
4to24 is a resource for parents of children and youth who are blind or have low vision and are between the ages of 4 and 24 years.
Quickly convert the color-by-number or color-by-shape worksheets into accessible tactile graphic worksheets.
Continue building math numeracy with fun tactile characters (animals and objects) and counting skills.
You can add Braille Font to your iOS device - including importing braille font to apps like GoodNotes!
Terrific resource explaining CVI designed for gen ed staff training!
Build beginning math skills with simple to create - and share - shape-related graphics worksheets!
Build those preschool & early elementary skills with simple to create - and share - Mazes using the GoodNotes app and a tactile graphics machine.
A variety of tools that enable students to create tactile images and diagrams.
Using fun manipulatives to introduce and teach greater than/less than and graphing math skills to students K-3.
Spatial Tech Standards are unique to students who are blind or low vision; learn how to teach these foundational skills to young students!
It's all about the teaching method! Simple apps can be used to support critical thinking skills!
A game to practice VoiceOver gestures, braille display commands and/or Bluetooth keyboard commands!

Enjoy our virtual conference presentations, with the option to earn Professional Development Points or Continuing Education Credits

A TVI and Deafblind Specialist discusses systematic instruction, CVI promising practices, lesson design, and quality data collection.

Introducing tactile and digital math skills through a progression of models, tactile graphics, and digital activities using the Add or Delete iOS game.
Spatial Tech Standards are unique to students who are blind or low vision; learn how to teach these foundational skills to young students!
Activities using these fun toys to develop concepts and strengthen finger strength for brailling and touch screen gestures!
Great resource to create your own INTERACTIVE book or find teacher-created CVI-friendly resources!
How to introduce a new app to a student and to build foundation spatial and directional concepts.
Are you new to VoiceOver and wondering what in the world is happening?
What can a 22 month old child who is visually impaired do on an iPad?
Here's a great book to introduce letters and phonetics to emerging readers with CVI!

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