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This wonderful video provided by Gwyn from Positive Eye shows us how to make a festive themed Christmas treasure basket.

Christmas is a very sensory time of year with all the exciting textures, smells, sights and sounds. Treasure baskets are used as an effective learning tool by many teachers of visual impaired students. Learn how to harness the spirit of Christmas for your child to explore!


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Treasure Baskets are particularly relevant for babies and young children with a vision impairment, as they offer a hands-on sensory experience. It is a simple, fun and effective way of enriching the early experiences of children with VI. It is also a resource that parents can create cheaply and easily at home. The one featured is this video is no exception. The Christmas theme is a great way to provide a child with a multi-sensory approach to the fun filled season.

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