Safety is the most important aspect of any sports activityBegin teaching lead up skills at a young ageUse modified equipmentTeacher, coach or parent chooses teamsAllow visually impaired child to choose teamsSwitch teams or partners frequentlyNever allow "regular" kids to pick teams (students with disabilities will be left out)Adjust size of field or courtUse sighted guides or buddiesKeep area clear and unclutteredAllow plenty of practice timeBraille copy of rulesModify rules to needs of studentReduce number of players on field/courtBrightly colored boundary linesPlace orange cones at bases and base linesHave brightly colored t- shirts or pennies for different teamsMake tactual "maps" of playing areaAllow student to tactually explore equipment