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PEEP and the Big Wide World is now better than ever. DIAGRAM Center and WGBH’s National Center for Accessible Media (NCAM) have partnered to bring you accessible PEEP, including videos with captions and descriptions and games that are keyboard navigable – all are captioned in Spanish. PEEP can now reach more students than ever!

Accessible Games

These two games are navigable by the keyboard alone or by a screen reader. All of the audio is captioned and all of the images are described.

An image of a cartoon fish smiling

Which Fish

Eight fish swim gently in a line. Kids must observe the pattern the fish form and select which fish, from a choice of three, to assign to the rightmost position.

An image of a cartoon rodent.

House Hunt

This simple matching game has a twist: Kids turn pairs of leaves, not to find identical pictures, but to pair animals with their homes.

Accessible Videos

These six videos, three PEEP stories, and three live-action activities are audio-described and captioned.

PEEP Stories

Live-action Activities

Inclusive Teaching Approaches

The PEEP team offers suggestions for exploring ramps with diverse learners with a complete curriculum. In addition, there are Individualized Instruction pages with videos, teaching strategies, and more ideas geared towards Family Child Care Educators or Center-Based Educators.  Other resources include:

  • tips on setting up a multi-sensory learning environment
  • further reading on individual instruction and identifying learning styles
  • suggested activity for English Language Learners

We want to hear from you!

Accessible Peep’s videos and games are universally designed with their accommodations available to everyone. Please use them with students of all abilities and learning styles and use the how-to guides to create your own accessible learning materials. Please let us know how it goes by sending us an email.


Ideas that work.The DIAGRAM Center is a Benetech initiative supported by the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs (Cooperative Agreement #H327B100001). Opinions expressed herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the position of the U.S. Department of Education.


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