Look At It This Way: Toys and Activities for Children with Visual Impairment / Edition 1

Look At It This Way: Toys and Activities for Children with Visual Impairment / Edition 1

by Roma Lear
     
 

ISBN-10: 0750638958

ISBN-13: 9780750638951

Pub. Date: 03/17/1998

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

'Look at it This Way' is one volume out of the 'Play Can Help' series which has been derived from the fourth edition of Play Helps. It is a series of books for children with a whole range of disabilities including:
* visual impairment
* cerebral palsy
* learning difficulties
* loss of hand function
* frailness.

This volume will be dedicated to

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Overview

'Look at it This Way' is one volume out of the 'Play Can Help' series which has been derived from the fourth edition of Play Helps. It is a series of books for children with a whole range of disabilities including:
* visual impairment
* cerebral palsy
* learning difficulties
* loss of hand function
* frailness.

This volume will be dedicated to children with visual impairment and will add an element of fun and variety to the playtime of children with special needs.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780750638951
Publisher:
Elsevier Health Sciences
Publication date:
03/17/1998
Pages:
160
Product dimensions:
7.30(w) x 9.70(h) x 0.60(d)

Table of Contents

Contents; Introduction; Before you begin; Materials used; Mail order firms; Play for a child with a visual impairment; Keeping toys within reach; For children playing on the floor; For children playing at a table; For children who tend to scatter their toys; Toys and play for children who are lying down; Learning to focus on a fixed object; Toys to encourage looking at a fixed object; Learning to track; Learning to scan; Looking around; Games for older children; Learning to identify colours; Learning to listen; Making opportunities for attentive listening; Homemade noisemakers; Toys with an inbuilt noise; Touch; Exploring textures; Texture matching; Some toys and activities to encourage the use of hands; Dressing skills - zips, buttons and poppers; Tactile games; Smell.

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