It is the traditional Red Light, Green Light, but I was sneaky and incorporated as much O&M into the lesson as possible.
This is an activity to have your students make auditory ornaments for the holiday season!
This book is written for itinerant teachers of students with visual impairments and not specifically O&M, but still offers SO many great tips that I might not have to "learn the hard way" because of reading this ahead of time.
This book was recommended to me by a school psychologist who is also a Navy veteran and I am now recommending it to everyone. This is also my first post related to working with adults and coincidently the only version available at the local library was in large print. The book is called Flags of Our Fathers by James Bradley.
This is an activity designed for a preschool student learning upper body protective technique.
This is an activity I designed for my student who is learning to use a monocular. I first designed a treasure map and made signs for the student to read with a monocular to know where to walk to eventually find the treasure.
This is a game designed to emphasize clockwise/counterclockwise crossings. This game requires a lot of repetition which I am hopeful will help develop his understanding of crossing in either direction despite the fact that an intersection is not round.
This is a lesson I designed that luckily can be used for more than purpose. For each student I wrote a few sentences that apply to their goals and deleted the key words. At the beginning of a lesson I can tell my student, "I have written a story with missing words and we are going to walk around campus to locate and read the words that complete the story."
This lesson is designed to introduce concepts to learn how to tell time and identify clockwise/counterclockwise circles.
Sometimes students need to take breaks during lessons and I developed this activity to be done either during a break or during an indoor/sit down lesson to practice v-tech.