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.
The Wisconsin Assistive Technology Initiative provides literacy kits for children ages birth to 3 on this website. The kits teach parents, teachers and/or caregivers how to use communication boards, vocabulary lists and questions to foster early literacy and communications skills in children.
How to make a personalized cloth book for babies.