Paths to Literacy

for students who are blind or visually impaired

Parent Posts

Putting braille labels on a cup
Added by Sandy Kenrick
Labeling cups in braille can promote braille literacy, as well as independent living skills.
Liam touching the brailled garden labels
Added by Sandy Kenrick
Include braille in your summer by inviting your child or student to write garden labels!
A worksheet with words and images
Added by Brenda Biernat
The mother of a child with CVI discusses the challenges of working with the educational team and the need for a shared language of understanding.
Happy Birthday tag in print and braille
Added by Sandy Kenrick
Ideas to make birthdays more fun and accessible for children who are deafblind, blind or visually impaired using braille and tactile symbols.
Red cup and yellow washcloth
Added by Sandy Kenrick
Guidelines to use object symbols at home with children who are blind, deafblind or visually impaired with additional disabilities (VIMD)
Liam feeling the word "love" in braille on the new bench
Added by Sandy Kenrick
Incorporate braille into your home, both indoors and out!
Jasper with his friend
Added by Brenda Biernat
The mother of a child with cortical visual impairment (CVI) describes her son's experience making a friend
Liam reading the braille tape on the cover of Goodnight Moon
Added by Sandy Kenrick
Tips to create an accessible reading log for braille students
two magnets labeled in print and braille, one says dirty dishes and the other says clean dishes
Added by Sandy Kenrick
Braille labels around the house help a young boy who is deafblind to learn important independent living skills from a very early age.
baskets in a mudroom filled with winter clothing
Added by Kimberly Schildbach
The mother of children who are blind tells how she used braille labels to make the family mudroom accessible to the whole family.