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  • Penlight with different colored filters
  • Flashlight with different colored filters
  • 2 finger puppets
  • 2 identical toys 2- 4 inches in size (no noise- makers)
  • 2 balls - one large and one small
  • Toy car or any 2- 3 inch object that rolls easily
  • A wide array of bright objects
  • Cheerios
  • Cake decorations (the size of hole punches)
  • Small pictures similar to those found in Lotto games that can be matched up
  • Slinky
  • Several pairs of identical objects of differing sizes: balls, toy cars, blocks, pets, etc.
  • One- inch blocks and a coffee can/container
  • Pegs and a board
  • Stacking rings and a ringstick
  • Simple formboard (puzzle)
  • Colored one- inch cubes (two of each color- red, yellow, blue, white, green, etc.)
  • Eye Charts: Near and Distance, Examples:
    • Lighthouse f/t Blind Symbols for Children
    • HOTV Chart
    • Feinbloom Eye Chart
    • Near Vision "Game" Test
    • Near Vision "Number" Test
  • Tape measure
  • Samples of near vision print tasks such as:
    • Road maps
    • samples of Scantron answer sheets
    • Charges, graphs,
    • tablespage from a telephone book
    • Newspaper
    • menu
    • Game cards
    • CD case w/ song list
    • Worksheets
    • paperback book
  • Scissors and bold outline shapes printed on paper to be cut out w/ scissors
  • Crayons
  • Regular lined paper for different grade levels
  • Color test (yarn swatches) or color cards to match
  • Different types of picture cards:
    • black & white
    • pictures found in 1St- 2nd grade workbooks
    • photographs; magazine pictures
    • Stop watch

Performing Functional Vision Evaluations and Learning Media Assessments

Education Service Center - Region 13