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Get Visually Impaired Children Involved and Active
A young boy sits on the ground playing with a blue toy car.When parenting a visually impaired toddler, it can be difficult to think of where to begin to help the child explore their environment.
 
These four suggestions from RNIB are a great start to help your child explore and learn more about the objects and activities around them. The ideas may also kickstart your imagination so that you come up with new ways to explore every day.
 
Share other ways that you encourage your child to explore their environment in the comment section.
 
Four Fun Ways to Get Blind Toddlers Exploring Their Environment

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