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Cover of summer journal

Summer Braille Journal

Journals are a great way to promote braille literacy while motivating students to share their experiences.
Letter Board

Letter Board to Make Visual Literacy Activities Accessible

Make visual literacy accessible to students who are blind or visually impaired with a braille and large print letter board.
A boy reads a braille grocery list on magnetic strips

Magnetic Braille Grocery List

Promote braille literacy, as well as independent living skills, by creating a magnetic grocery list.
Eclipse bulletin board

Tactile Eclipse Board

Tactile display of the solar eclipse
Hands Down card game

Contraction Go Fish!

This adapted Go Fish game is a fun way to practice braille contractions and develop braille literacy skills.
Writing experience book in braille

Braille Book about Deaf Camp Experience

A boy who is deafblind creates his own experience book about his time at Deaf Camp this summer.
UKAAF Transcribing Foreign Language Materials

Transcribing Braille for Foreign Language Learners

A TVI shares how he creates braille for pupils learning a foreign language.
Putting braille labels on a cup

Labeling Cups at Home

Labeling cups in braille can promote braille literacy, as well as independent living skills.
Braille on Ace of Spades

How to Braille Playing Cards

Guidelines on how to braille playing cards for players who are blind or low vision
Index card with "help" in print and braille

Cards to Promote Independence

Promote independence with students with special needs, including those with visual impairments, using these index cards.
Liam touching the brailled garden labels

Writing Garden Labels

Include braille in your summer by inviting your child or student to write garden labels!
Yoda braille design

Yoda Braille Design

This braille design of Yoda is a fun way to practice braille literacy skills and to create braille art or braille drawings.
Cover of Clue Jr.

Adapting Clue Jr. for Children with Vision Impairments

Tips to adapt the board game of Clue Jr. for children who are blind or low vision.
Pizza braille game

Pizza Braille Game: Part-Word Contractions

This game is designed to reinforce part-word braille contractions with dual media learners.
Braille Darth Vader design

Darth Vader Braille Design

This braille design of Darth Vader is a fun way to practice braille literacy skills and to create braille art or braille drawings.
Fridge magnets, braille letters spell love with tactile heart, also star magnet and dachshund magnet

Making Braille Magnets for Beginning Readers

Step-by-step instructions to create your own braille magnets for beginning braille readers
A student holds up her braille year book next to her twin brother

Yearbook Time! Ideas on Including Students with Visual Impairments

Ideas to make the yearbook experience accessible to students who are blind or visually impaired
Bellringer questions with question marks

Bellringers: A Warm-Up Activity for Braille Students

These warm-up questions are a great activity to promote braille literacy skills.
Braille tow truck

Tow Truck Braille Design

Braille design of tow truck is a fun project to promote braille literacy, as well as accessible drawing for students who are blind or visually impaired.
cards with questions on one side and paperclips on the back

Challenge Card Game: Practice Braille Reading Skills While Having Fun!

In this interactive game, students take turns reading braille cards and responding to the challenge written on the card.

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