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Teaching visual concepts to children with visual impairments
A child sits on an adults lap to read a storyA teacher for young visually impaired children has taken It upon herself to create multisensory books for the kids in her classroom.


Taking childhood favorites, she adds texture and smell to the pages to ensure that kids with low or no vision are able to fully experience the stories.


In this article, she is interviewed about the books she creates, teaching students with a variety of visual impairments and how she and her teaching colleagues use other senses to help explain visual concepts to children who can’t see.


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