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“This past year, my classroom served as a pilot program for students with combined vision and hearing loss: students who are deaf-blind. With a focus on multi-sensory learning, the students learn about concepts through concrete interactions with a strong focus on communication. Finding appropriate materials with specific textures can be challenging. I am always looking for new resources to meet my students' needs. Thank you kindly for your support!”

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Velcro helps us adapt books to add multi-sensory components. We also use Velcro to help students with visual impairments secure and locate their materials. We can never have enough Velcro in our class! Learn more »


We use strong tacky glue to help hold our multi-sensory materials in place. Learn more »


Students can create representations of themselves with their own skin tone! Learn more »


Adding textured hair to a representation of a person helps our students make the connection to their work. Learn more »


Another great way to add texture to our classroom projects. Learn more »


A wonderful way to help build independence for students who are not quite ready to color with a traditional marker or crayon! Learn more »


The big handle allows students with developing grips to feel successful with their art projects. Learn more »


A versatile tool for creating tactile work. Learn more »


This thick paper is great for making durable student experience books. Learn more »


This barrel holds the possibility to add a variety of tactile adaptations to our art work! Learn more »


Felt shapes can be used to decorate student work and for sorting activities! Learn more »


Bells are a great way to an auditory component for students who are blind! Learn more »


Sand adds a gentle texture to provide tactile support for students with vision impairments! Learn more »


From creating borders and outlines for student work to accenting unique projects, Wikki Stix are a must-have in our classroom! Learn more »


3-D project ideas for the classroom can provide concrete learning experiences for tactile learners! Learn more »


With a black contrast background and shapes the students can manipulate, this kit will promote creative independence! Learn more »


A great way to help students who are blind get feedback through texture during coloring activities! Learn more »


This wide glue stick is ideal for students working to improve their fine motor development! Learn more »


I laminate many things in the classroom from books to individualized activities. Learn more »

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