It’s tempting to focus on preparing the foods you and your child are most familiar with. Truth is our bodies benefit from eating a variety of foods – the rainbow of colors and nutrients found in fruits and vegetables. This time of year, it’s especially easy to take advantage of summer’s bounty at grocery stores and farmer's markets.
is a great snack for children with blindness or visual impairments. The smooth texture is appealing to picky eaters. It can be sucked or sipped. You can dab a little on your child’s tray so they can experience it with all their senses. Narrating the process of making the smoothie – from grocery store to kitchen – gives a child who’s blind or visually impaired access to information about everyday routines. Learn how to make our sensory recipe for Rainbow Smoothies