Orientation and Mobility

Tactile playing pieces stay-put the peg hole board in this adapted version of Tic Tac Toe!
Develop visual attention as background illumination decreases and objects become smaller.
Improve body awareness in students with low vision using colored gloves.
Use these simple steps to help students eventually master the challenging skill of skipping!
Kids will have fun developing their pincer grasp with this alphabet card hanging activity!
Teach positional concepts to students as they relate objects' positions to their own body.
Use sound as a motivator for improving motor skills, weight shifting and jumping!
Increase independence of identifying and locating people in room using a sound localization game.
A simple game of catch can be adapted in many ways to work on motor skills and O&M.
Use an immediate reinforcer to encourage attention to a presented light source.
Start with the concept of right and left as an important foundational skill for orientation and mobility.
Build confidence and independence while taking part in school organizations with appropriate tasks.
Children will have fun practicing motor skills during this special "Simon Says" game!
A game of object "Hide & Seek" reinforces social skills and tactile discrimination skills.
Determine whether light can be used as an effective reinforcer for a student with low vision.
Imitate jumping animals for a fun game to stimulate the vestibular system!
Children use their bodies and a box as tread to practice crawling and gross motor skills.
Promote the classroom community with these ideas of simple jobs in the classroom!
Students learn shapes based on real objects to form tactile discrimination, math and language skills.
Use a texture box to work on descriptive and positional language and texture identification!
Practice dressing up in costumes or everyday clothes to encourage body awareness!
Practice relative position concepts and following instructions in a group with this activity!
Practice flicking motions to work on fine motor skills with the index finger and thumb.
Use real objects to promote efficient visual scanning of multiple objects.
Make the most of a student's usable vision by maximizing it with these visual activities!
The adapted old-school game makes a simple introduction to learning to kick!
Practice the usage of sound localization within orientation and mobility skills.
Stimulate the vestibular system with this simple Q&A activity!
Stimulate the vestibular system while working on trunk control and balance!
Have fun making and playing with goo as a sensory and physical science project!
Use a rubber band to practice independent movement of the hands.
Children will learn to maintain balance for more independent play and exercise!
Students can become more independent with a customized desk organizer!
Learn how to adapt the game of golf for students to practice during PE or as a leisure activity.
Children will have fun during this game of muscle building and whole body awareness!
Students practice following one-step instructions and concept development within their environment.
Students practice fine motor planning to assemble mail envelopes and packages.
Practice matching colors of real objects while developing visual scanning skills.
Find which textures a student prefers to use as reinforcers in other activities!
Use these tips to determine which vestibular stimulating activities are preferred!
Help children develop a better understanding of America's favorite pastime!
Use these tips for developing comprehension of left and right.
This simple ball activity can be used to develop multiple hand movement skills.
Make simple modifications to adapt the outdoor game for all to enjoy!
Adapt a simple beanbag toss game for PE, O&M and social skill development.
Have fun balancing with this activity to promote motor development!
Use daily living activities to practice a variety of independence skills.
Practice fine motor skills while developing spatial awareness.
Introduce tactile graphics and map concepts with a representation of a familiar area!
Label objects and areas in the classroom to help build early literacy.