Braille And Literacy 97
Free braille and multi sensory books from the Braille Institute for young children offer a good jump on literacy.
Wouldn’t it be wonderful if children with a visual disability could have as much fun with stickers as their sighted friends, whether as a reward for an achievement or simply to use for decoration?
Taptic-edu is a wireless braille device that syncs to your mobile device using bluetooth along with a partner app to teach braille reading and writing.
The best tactile books for blind kids. Find books that provide some nice feedback for kids reading with their fingers!
January 4, 2016, is the start date of the Unified English Braille (UEB) code to become the official Braille Code in the United States. Learn about the transition to UEB and how it may affect you and your child.
Looking for an easy way to braille books and objects around the home? We look at the 6dot braille label maker and review its features and functions.
We've collected 25+ picture books, chapter books and young adult novels with visually impaired characters. Each title is followed by a quick description and links to find the book in the US, the UK and in audio or braille format.
New braille smart watch features four cells of refreshable braille.
A quiet book is a book (usually made out of fabric) filled with quiet activities for children. It's often used for special times, like church, when you need to keep children happy and quiet. Or you can just use it when you want a break!
iBrailler Notes is a notetaker app for the iPad that features a standard Brailler keyboard, user calibration and multiple export options.
I read with my hands books have helped teachers and parents to introduce reading in a fun way to young visually impaired/blind children.
This book geared to young readers features a girl who is blind who does everything her friends can do and more.
This Dr. Seuss rhyming and word-building activity encourages kids to explore the alphabet, letter sounds, and blends and is accessible to kids with vision or kids who are blind.
Tips for reading aloud to blind children, courtesy of National Braille Press, complete with video and featured story.
Through NBP's new program, Great Expectations, parents and caregivers can learn how to describe pictures to visually impaired children and also how to read out loud in a way that expresses the feelings and emotions in the story.