Packed with important information for today's parents and professionals, this new edition of a groundbreaking work presents the latest research on how visually impaired children learn and develop at different ages and in the various developmental domains: sensory development, communication, movement, manipulation, and comprehension. Clear, practical, and reassuring, and full of suggested activities, this book provides a guide to teaching young visually impaired children the important life skills they need to know--skills that other children may learn simply by observation and imitation--and preparing them to enter school ready to learn with their peers. From early intervention services to the full range of educational placements, Reach Out and Teach is the ultimate guide to helping a visually impaired child learn and grow.Get grandma to pose for a variety ofdifferent emotionsahappy, sad, angry, tired, frustrated, crying, smiling, surprise, confused. Make so-called smiley faces (they wona#39;t all be smiling) for the same emotions, ifyou cana#39;t get someone to pose for you. Enlarge and print asmiley-facea icons from your computer. Ifyour child is blind , anbsp;...
|Title||:||Reach Out and Teach|
|Author||:||Kay Alicyn Ferrell|
|Publisher||:||American Foundation for the Blind - 2011|