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Getting to Know You: A Social Skills and Ability Awareness Curriculum

Engage both visually impaired and sighted children in an interactive curriculum designed to promote awareness and understanding of how visually impaired individuals develop social skills.


Federal Quota Eligible

29 in stock

Catalog Number: 1-08052-00

Product Description

Designed for educators and families, this kit contains a curriculum that engages visually impaired students with their sighted age-mates in activities that promote social competence and awareness of the ways in which visually impaired students learn social skills. Each lesson takes 30-45 minutes to complete and contains a clearly stated objective, skills addressed, an introduction, a list of materials needed, and a step-by-step explanation of the activities. An icon at the top of each page identifies whether a lesson is about social skills, ability awareness, or a combination of the two.

This product contains small parts and is not intended for children ages 5 and under without adult supervision.

  • Weight: 6.94 lbs

    Dimensions: 18.25 × 16.3 × 6.9 in

    Federal Quota Funds: Available

    • Six blindfolds
    • Three low vision simulators: Tunnel vision, 20/200, and 20/400
    • Through Grandpa's Eyes storybook by Patricia MacLachlan (print/braille)
    • Facial expression cards
    • Go Fish cards
    • Bingo boards (print/braille) and chips
    • Adhesive picture labels for preparing snacks: Gorp
    • Hook/loop material strips
    • Getting to Know You guidebook; large print with CD-ROM
    • APH innovations tote bag
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