Description of Play, Social Interaction, and Motor Development: Practical Activities for Preschoolers with Visual Impairments
Abstract: Children with visual impairments (who are blind or have low vision) should be given the chance to develop locomotor and social interaction skills at the same time as sighted students. Since play is a natural medium through which children learn, a number of activities can easily be incorporated into peer-play situations at school. These activities enable children to practice moving and orienting themselves properly in relation to others and their surroundings and to be better prepared for social interactions with sighted children.
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Review Play, Social Interaction, and Motor Development: Practical Activities for Preschoolers with Visual Impairments
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