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tactile features on a big clock with movable hands

Big Braille Clock to Support Understanding Elapsed Time

This homemade braille clock is a concrete way for students with visual impairments to manipulate the clock to understand elapsed time.
Lazy Susan with braille labels

Spin and Move!

This game provides practice matching textures, objects, and braille words. Kids will enjoy reading braille labels and performing the action movements on the card!
Braille cell pizza twists

Braille Cell Pizza Twists

Making pizza twists is a fun way to incorporate the Expanded Core Curriculum with braille skills.
Braille Bingo

Braille Bingo!

Braille Bingo is a fun way for students to practice contractions and other braille skills to promote braille literacy.
Nemo braille design

Braille Design of Nemo

Braille drawings help to promote braille literacy, while making practice fun and motivating!
two cartoon bugs, one named Obb and one named Bob

Obb and Bob Braille Practice with Nonsense Words

This fun interactive game gives beginning braille readers practice recognizing nonsense and real words, which promotes decoding skills and reading comprehension.
a felt mouse and an empty cookie package on the cover of a book

"If You Give a Mouse a Cookie" Adaptation

Tactile adaptation of "If You Give a Mouse a Cookie" for braille readers.
Liam and heart book

Valentine's Day Fun for Children who are Blind and Their Siblings!

Here are some Valentine's Day activities to do with children who are blind or visually impaired and their siblings!
Picture of word cube with braille labels and braille word cards

Ready for Phonics - Making Words

Hands-on phonics activity for beginning braille readers and those who have additional disabilities
Cover of Traffic Braille

Traffic Braille File Folder

Dual media learners can practice matching braille letters to print letters in this file folder game.
a flip book next to a Superman action figure

Tactile Superhero Book

Make your own braille tactile book about superheroes for children who are blind, deafblind or low vision.
Symbol for laundry detergent

Grocery Shopping Book

Using tactile symbols to support grocery shopping with children who are blind or visually impaired, including those with additional disabilities
their, there, they're

Using Frequently Confused Words Correctly

Practice with frequently confused words and homonyms
Modified Candy Land pieces

Adapting Candy Land for Players Who Are Blind or Deafblind

Adapt Candyland for players who are blind, low vision or deafblind! Just add braille and tactile symbols for an accessible and inclusive game.
Image of Front of Book with text "Snow, Snow, What Do You See?", a printed snowflake and two foam cut-out snowflakes. Printed text "By: ____" at bottom of front cover.  Picture of assembled and decorated snowman, complete with hat, scarf, boots and white cane.

Winter Tactile Experience Book: Snow, Snow, What Do You See?

This hands-on activity gives beginning braille readers a chance to create a tactile book about winter.
Hello Kitty Braille Design

Braille Design of Hello Kitty

This braille design of Hello Kitty is a fun and motivating activity for the holidays or any time in the winter!
French Fries Braille

French Fries Braille Game

File Folder game to teach students with low vision or dual media learners braille dot numbers for alphabet letters
Tactile tracking pages

Tracking Activities for Pre-Braille Learners

Tactile materials can be attached to cardstock to give pre-braille students practice with tracking and other tactile skills
braille sleigh

Braille Drawing of Santa's Sleigh

Create your own braille drawing of Santa's sleigh for Christmas!
Christmas stocking with labels

Festive Christmas Stocking Game

This Christmas game encourages braille reading, matching and tactile discrimination.

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