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Monocular and Magnifier Training Documents

Documentation tools for training students to use low vision devices, such as monoculars and magnifier.
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Donut Forget Your Valentines

Print and braille valentines to celebrate Valentine's Day!
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Book Review: A Blind Guide to Stinkville

A TVI with albinism reviews a young adult novel about a 12-year-old girl growing up with albinism.
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NOAH SchoolKit for Students with Albinism

Educational tips and resources for teaching students with albinism.
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Create Educational Games with APH Game Kit

Create your own educational games for students who are blind or partially sighted!
Accessible Tests Resource Center

Accessible Tests Resource Center

Information and resources on accessibility of testing for students who are blind or visually impaired
Math worksheet

How To Adapt Materials for Students with Low Vision

Learn how to adapt documents for students with low vision

Directory of Pediatric Low Vision Service Providers

Directory of low vision service providers
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Free print/braille books available for children under the age of 6!

Portraits of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln

Braille Books for Presidents' Day

A partial listing of children's braille books on the topic of American presidents.
boy and teacher using magnifying screen to read

Determining Print Recommendations for Students with Low Vision

These forms were created to document print recommendations for students with low vision.
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Flashcards for Students with Low Vision

These flashcards appeal to students with low vision using bright yellow paper and large font.
matching bucket - yellow pail with different items, spoon, pencil, book

Model of Literacy Lesson: Practicing Blending for Reading

Tips on adapting literacy lesson focusing on blends for braille readers
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Honoring Martin Luther King, Jr.: Ideas for Students Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired

Activities for students who are blind or visually impaired honoring Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Wilson Reading System

Wilson Reading System Brochure

The Wilson Reading System has been adapted into braille and large print for struggling readers.
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Assistive Technology Video

Video about making laptops accessible to students who are blind or visually impaired using refreshable braille displays, screen enlargement, and screen readers
Lines with students' writing

Make Your Own Adapted Paper

Make your own special paper for students with low vision!
old woman who swallowed a fly

Modelling the adaptation of mainstream Literacy Lessons

matching bucket

Matching Bucket Activity

Simple ideas to give young children who are blind or visually impaired practice matching and developing basic concepts
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Post Office Activity: Support Literacy, Numeracy, and Social Skills

This activity reinforces literacy, numeracy, and social skills through a post office game and related activities.