This handout by B Able To shows how to make colored glue, which can be used for tactile art projects and activities.
AblePlay is a toy rating system that rates play products for children. Toys are rated from one to five stars in each of the four disability categories of physical, sensory, communicative, and cognitive. Visitors can search by specific disability, disability category, age, product category, and manufacturer.
This handout by the National Lekotek Center describes some simple toy adaptations. It is a resource that teaches parents about the toys already present in their own home, and suggests ways to adapt these toys and objects to better meet the needs of the child.
This handout on adapted arts and crafts, created by National Lekotek Center is a resource that teaches parents, teachers and professionals how to create an environment that fosters creativity and exploration. This handout also provides a comprehensive list of suggested art and craft supplies that have adaptations.
This handout from the Vermont Assistive Technology program gives many ideas for adapting toys and other activities.
Make a Switch Mount with Loc-Line, by Linda Burkhart. This handout contains ideas for using Loc-Line (a ball and socket modular hose product) as a component in mounting systems.
Make a Mouse House, by Linda Burkhart. This site gives step-by-step instructions on how to make a "house" for a computer mouse in order to make it easier for a child to use.
This booklet from the Let's Play Project, "How We Play: A Guidebook for Parents and Early Intervention Professionals," includes information about adapting play activities for children.
This handout from the Alliance for Technology Access describes how to make a switch adapted toy using a battery interrupter.