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Early Learning

This article contains early learning lessons and suggestions that can be useful when teaching students who are blind or visually impaired.

One-to-One Correspondence

  • Find a muffin tin with 6 cups or 12 cups depending on the child, and find 6-12 little balls or toys that fit in the cup. Pick up "Just One" item for each cup, and put it in.
  • Find an old egg carton, and those plastic eggs from Easter (or any other small items such as small balls, lego pieces, anything that will fit) and place one item into each compartment. Remember to say, "Put in just one!" for each compartment. Please remember not to count!
  • Serving food – put out your bowls, and put in "Just One" grapefruit half for each person. Or "Just One" apple or orange on each plate.
  • Sticker fun – if your child uses visual materials, make 5 black dots on a page. If your child uses tactile materials, make 5 Braille dots or tactile circles (spread out) on a page. Have your child find each dot, and put "Just One" sticker on each dot. You can do this with any number of dots.
  • Cut up egg cartons into varying numbers of compartments. Have your child place "Just One" fluffy pompom into each compartment. Glue each pompom in and arrange the compartments, and make a project of it!
  • Cooking activities – making cookies: put "Just One" chocolate kiss on each round of cookie dough. Put "Just One" spoonful of jam on each piece of toast, etc.

 

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