Every child can play. Every child has an imagination that can be an amazing guide to play. Some children play actively, while other children enjoy more quiet play. Children with special needs are no exception to this.
Adaptations to physical activities can be easily done. Provide large balls, hoops, and other oversized equipment outside or in a gym for visually challenged children. Provide large sticks of chalk for sidewalk drawing for children with fine motor difficulties. Provide tabletop activities for children who are in wheelchairs (marbles, create a garden), or have an easel outside.
Small adjustments can allow every child the opportunity for physical activity.