Student and Family - Past Events
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August 19, 2021
Find out more about the 2021 Florida Festival of Families and Florida Cane Quest and the 2022 Florida Regional Braille Challenge events!
Student and Family Events Update
March 6, 2021
Dreamwork Makes the Team Work! Use these videos and activity descriptions in print/braille from our family event to try with your students at home or school. Dream Big with the tallest candy tower challenge. Dream Often by making your own dream catcher. Dream in Braille by teaching sighted friends to read with their fingers!
2021 Florida Regional Braille Challenge
November 13 & 14, 2020
Reinventing the Wheel 2020 Florida Cane Quest Activities and Handouts. Have a wheely fun scavenger hunt at home or school, learn how to make your own Pinewood Derby Car (don’t forget to request a car kit from FIMC while supplies last!), pick up some orientation and mobility resources for young children, or take a video tour of a public bus!
2020 Florida Cane Quest
September 25 & 26, 2020
The Festival of Families took flight in 2020! Visit our YouTube Playlist or Recordings to hear what some of our guest speakers had to say or follow along with an activity, such as a paper airplane challenge, butterfly creation, or kite making.
2020 Florida Festival of Families
September 1, 2020
FIMC-VI has partnered with Steve Turner of Giving Tree Music (the drum circle guy!) to provide a series of short videos that use music to teach concept development, such as body awareness, environmental sounds, nature sounds and more. These videos can be used by teachers, parents, students, or anyone else who is interested, so share them far and wide! The videos can also be found on our YouTube page under the “Concept Development with Music” playlist. More videos will be coming, so be sure to subscribe to our YouTube page and get all the latest notifications. Happy jamming!
Concept Development with Music
November 9, 2016
Join Sue Glaser to learn more about the different contest levels and the expectations of contestants at the Florida Regional Braille Challenge events. The dates are not current, so be sure to always check the event page for more information regarding dates and important Florida Braille Challenge updates. Additionally, all contests are now in UEB, which during the time of this webinar, the transition to UEB was still being made.
Ready, Set, Braille Challenge
March 30, 2016
A review for parents how they can help develop a quality Individual Education Plan (IEP) for their children with visual impairments.