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Teaching Students With Visual Impairments About COVID-19 Disease

graphic illustration of COVID-19 virus

Are you looking for resources to help teach your students about COVID-19? We’ve got good news! A supplement to APH’s Health Education Guidebook (catalog #1-08054-00) is now available to assist teachers in providing information about COVID-19 disease to their students with visual impairments.

an orange with push pins stuck into its skin to make a tactile representation of the visual model of COVID-19

Written by Tiffany Wild and Sanja Ilic, two of the authors of the Health Education Guidebook, this supplement includes background information about COVID-19 disease along with activities that help students learn the importance of wearing masks and social distancing. View and download this accessible PDF from the Health Education Guidebook web page on the APH shop site under the Downloads accordion here.


Try This Activity

Need a fun activity for teaching handwashing best practices? Help your students keep their hands clean by washing away glittery “germs” in this activity.

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