Because of Tyler’s visual impairment and sensory issues there are a few things that we can cross off our list at Holiday times. We found at Christmas that he had some major anxiety issues that went hand in hand with seizures so now that we were getting those worked out we wanted this holiday to be just fun.
The 70 eggs that i purchased had a variety of color. I picked 3 colors out and made sure we had equal amounts of each. Then I found 3 different types of sports eggs and made equal ones of those. Those are the ones we hid for the kids.
Instead of making a bunch of eggs and saying have at it. We told them you can only collect your color of egg. We were able to hide the eggs according to skill level and vision level and all had a wonderful time.
Ty came home with 27 eggs and each egg was hidden to just the right level of him. The others had the same experience and they all enjoyed the left over change I had and not one quarrel of to many eggs were had.
To experience the excitement of coloring eggs, we let him go at it. We let there be a mess. We let him re dye the eggs 3 different times. We do whatever he wants. He even gets to use his hands. Because really, who cares. He will remember when we did the eggs exactly how he wanted them to be.