Paths to Literacy

for students who are blind or visually impaired

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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
Tack-Tiles
Added by Sandy Kenrick
Tips to use Tack-Tiles, a type of braille lego, to develop braille literacy skills in children who are blind, deafblind or low vision
A boy writes a letter on a braillewriter.
Added by Sandy Kenrick
Wondering how to teach children who are blind or deafblind about the mail? Tactile symbols and braille can make the concept accessible!
Playing lucky ladybug game
Added by Sandy Kenrick
Adapted color matching game to play with children who are blind or deafblind using braille and other modifications.
Tactile American flag with braille
Added by Sandy Kenrick
The tactile American flag has the Pledge of Allegiance in braille and makes the stars and stripes accessible to people who are blind, low vision, or deafblind. This is great for the 4th of July (Independence Day), Flag Day or any day at school!
Reading braille labels on playground
Added by Sandy Kenrick
Adding braille to a playground makes it accessible to children who are blind, deafblind or low vision. This is a great way to make braille literacy fun!
Tactile map of cities
Added by Sandy Kenrick
Tips to engage children who are blind, low vision, or deafblind while traveling during summer vacation or holiday
Boy riding on a train
Added by Sandy Kenrick
Get ideas to make your own experience book for children who are blind, visually impaired, deafblind, low vision or with multiple disabilities!

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