Tactile Stickers with Braille

reading the braille on tactile stickers


These embossed stickers are a truly unique and accessible tactile design in which the creator has integrated braille and large type with bright images. All children can enjoy using them in school or at home. These stickers are both fun and educational, encouraging tactile exploration, language skills and social interaction.

Check out their site to learn more about how the stickers are made and how to order!

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