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In this lab, students use both critical thinking and math skills as they measure volume using tools adapted for visual impairment.
This simple activity allows students to display their knowledge of basic concepts related to the atom using the APH model.
Atomic Number and Mass Number with the APH Azer Model
This activity provides a hands-on experience for students to better understand the concept of the "atom". It is based on the meaning of the word atom.
Atom Cannot Be Divided
This simple activity uses a calendar to introduce the rows (periods) and columns (groups) of the Periodic Table.
Periodic Table Introduction Using a Calendar
This assignment came about in order to encourage my students to consider the work of scientists and mathematicians who are visually impaired.
Who Are the Scientists with a Visual Impairment?
Many students are not familiar with the Table of Contents. This activity supports both students' interest in learning new science concepts and literacy skills.
Table of Contents Activity
This outdoor activity is a great way to introduce the study of the Gas Laws!
Why is it floating? An Introduction to the Gas Laws
Hands-on experiment for students who are blind or visually impaired to learn about what effect sound frequency has on a mixture of cornstarch and water.
States of Matter, Cornstarch and Water “Monster” Activity
These accessible science experiments have been adapted for elementary-aged students with visual impairments
Solar Power: Exploding Film Canisters, Centripetal Force, Solar Oven
This activity introduces students to basic concepts of motion and forces.
Motion and Forces: Building Cars and Racing Them
This science fair experiment by a student who is blind examines whether a speaker can be turned into a microphone.
'Speak to Me' - Speakers and Microphones
Science fair project on forensic chemistry from a student who is blind
Forensic Chemistry: What it is and what it does