Story Time with a Child who is Visually Impaired
Grandma holds a toddler and a story book on her lap.Reading out loud to your child can be a great bonding experience that helps them learn and understand the world around them. Stories can spark imagination and help children engage in the emotions and actions of the main characters.
When a child is visually impaired, it may help to change a few things about how you read to your child. This article suggests ten ways to engage your child in the story to help them fully experience the book.
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10 Tips for Reading Aloud

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