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By Gwyn McCormack from Positive Eye

Nothing says Christmas more than fun filled family nights around the dining table playing board games.

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In this video, Gwyn from Positive Eye demonstrates how we can easily adapt a Lazy Sue to create a festive themed game. The Christmas Spinner can be enjoyed not only by the child who has a visual impairment but is something the whole family can get involved with.

With some recordable sound pegs, a Lazy Sue and a bit of imagination, this game is easily created and can provide hours of fun. It also provides lots of learning possibilities. Just because the children aren’t in school it doesn’t mean they can’t be learning in a fun and family orientated way.

Positive Eye provides educational consultancy and training for professionals working with children and young people with visual impairment.

Read our other 12 days of Christmas posts here.


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