This video from CONNECT: The Center to Mobilize Early Childhood Knowledge shows a pre-school using picture symbols with children during a dress-up activity.
This video from CONNECT: The Center to Mobilize Early Childhood Knowledge shows a 4-year old child using a stander and a switch to play a game with a classmate.
Information about "Resonance Boards" from Washington Sensory Disabilities Services. A resonance board gives a child more feedback, which facilitates his development of spatial and auditory awareness and helps him become a more active learner. This website includes information about Resonance Boards, including videos, and other resources for use with children who are deaf-blind.
Tip sheet from Illinois Early Learning Project: Games for All Young Children, shows ideas for adapting physical activities to make them more inclusive.
This PDF explains switches and the importance of sensory input as well as the movement of the device hooked up to the switch. The document also explains the importance of choosing the correct switch toy per child needs and interest.
This PDF explains use of switches for language purposes, the document describes the various switches; single message, multiple message,etc. Also included are common phrases that could be programmed into the device. Helpful ideas on how to combine activities with the message device are included.
This PDF explains use of switches, different types of switches, and how to adapt toys to be used with switches as well as switch interface use.
How to make a personalized cloth book for babies.
How to make your own custom hanging mobile.
How to use household items to create a toy drum.