Fun way to teach a low vision student environmental concepts such as: curbs, gutters, streets, sidewalks, crosswalks, etc.
I’ve been using these sensory bottles as rewards for my low vision students. If they do a good job during the lesson, I’ll let them play with the bottles for a few minutes when the lesson is over. It adds a little variety to scented stickers and high fives. If you have older students, it can be fun to make the sensory bottles with them!
A lesson to teach all different types of nonverbal and social communication cues and body language forms.
This is a board game I created for a fun O&M lesson that also sneaks in a lesson about traffic signs.
The three qualities that make an object or sound a landmark: unique, distinct, and permanent. First I had to translate these into words a second grader would understand. Special, easy to find, and always there.
There are two weeks still left in this first month and I want to post a new year challenge for all my followers! I challenge you to contribute one creative lesson to the blog!
One issue I have with some students is their lack of motivation to participate in lessons. Here is a possible solution.