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Learning & Instruction > Play & Recreation

Play and recreation are important aspects of learning for children who are deaf-blind. This section offers many resources on play and recreation activities including sports, exercise, games and much more.

Activity at Home for Children and Youth Who Are Deafblind

Hold Everything! Twenty “Stay-Put” Play Spaces for Infants and Preschoolers with Sensory Impairments and Other Special Needs

Recreation and Leisure

Camp Abilities (Sports Camp)

Combat Boredom and Isolation: Inexpensive Tactile Games for People of All Ages Who Are Deaf-Blind and/or Have Hearing Problems with Low Vision

Communication During Physical Activity: A Review of Strategies

Creative Expression: Opportunities for Persons Who are Deafblind

Gifts to Get Kids Who Are Blind, Visually Impaired, or Have Additional Disabilities

Learning From Children Who Are Deafblind "Throw Away the Toys"

Learning to Play or Playing to Learn - Fostering Play Development Patterns in Deafblind

More on Play and Recreation

Play Toolkits for Parents and Service Providers

Possibilities: Recreational Experiences of Individuals who are Deafblind

Recreational Activities for Children and Youth Who Are Deafblind

Sensory Activity Ideas

Suggestions for Recreation/Leisure Activities

Yoga For the Deafblind

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