Paths to Literacy

for students who are blind or visually impaired

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A boy holds a bowl while using tactile sign.
Added by Sandy Kenrick
Wondering how to use a storybox with a child who is blind or deafblind? These tips will help you get started bringing books to life for young children with visual impairments or multiple disabilities!
a flip book next to a Superman action figure
Added by Sandy Kenrick
Make your own braille tactile book about superheroes for children who are blind, deafblind or low vision.
Modified Candy Land pieces
Added by Sandy Kenrick
Adapt Candyland for players who are blind, low vision or deafblind! Just add braille and tactile symbols for an accessible and inclusive game.
a cardboard book with toy bowling pins and a bowling ball on the cover
Added by Sandy Kenrick
Learn how to create a tactile experience book for children who are blind, deafblind, or who have multiple disabilities.
Focus 14
Added by Sandy Kenrick
A parent of a boy who is deafblind describes her son's refreshable braille display and her hopes for the doors that will open to him through assistive technology.
A child's hand reads braille about fall leaves
Added by Sandy Kenrick
Children who are deafblind or blind learn best through experience. Try these ideas for fall projects with literacy extensions!
An intervener and student are identifying a sink using tactile sign
Added by Sandy Kenrick
Reinforce concepts, vocabulary and language goals in the community with students who are deafblind, blind or with multiple disabilities.
Child placing an activity block on to the desk calendar
Added by Sandy Kenrick
Setting up a desk calendar in braille promotes braille literacy for children who are blind or deafblind or visually impaired.
An index card box to hold word cards
Added by Sandy Kenrick
Activity to promote braille literacy through memorizing vocabulary and building sentences
August record book
Added by Sandy Kenrick
Create your own accessible record-keeping book to track work of braille students

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