This The Country Egg lesson plan also includes:
Because most children with visual impairments don't reach and grab things at a young age the way sighted children do, they need additional supports to build up their fine motor skills. Here, they work on the pincer grasp, using their thumb and pointer finger to pick up one bead at a time and place it into a tin can. After they have practiced moving the beads from their right to their left, the containers are moved to the opposite sides. Note: The lesson is intended for learners with cognitive delay and blindness.