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Kristie Smith and Kerry Isham holding APH Game kits.

Create Educational Games with APH Game Kit

Create your own educational games for students who are blind or partially sighted!
I-M-ABLE

I-M-ABLE: Individualized Meaning-Centered Approach to Braille Literacy Education

I-M-ABLE approach to teaching braille to students who have difficulty learning
Wilson Reading System

Wilson Reading System Brochure

The Wilson Reading System has been adapted into braille and large print for struggling readers.
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
Lazy Sue activity

Fun games with a 'Lazy Sue' supporting literacy in an inclusive way.

cover of Bette Fetter's Being Visual, with illustration excerpts

Being Visual: Raising a Generation of Visual Thinkers, Bette Fetter

Improving Listening and Learning in Your Classroom

A student stands on a giant piece of paper with a long division problem

Demystifying Math Struggles & Identifying Strategies to Help

Photo of Laura Calder

Webinar: Introducing the Perkins SMART Brailler

Logo for Read Naturally

Read Naturally

Logo for Read 180

Read 180

Alphabet card with print, braille, sign and textures -- Letter C for Cat

SENSEsational Alphabet Touch Feel Picture Cards

Book cover of Giggly Wiggly

Giggly-Wiggly Snickety Snick

Logo from Reading Rocks!

Reading Rocks! Talking With Your Struggling Reader

Logo for LD Online

How can I find information about creating readings for blind or dyslexic students?

Logo from LD Online with two boys sitting together.

LD Online

A teacher reads together with a young boy.

Helping Struggling Readers

Graphic of bell curve supporting research data

Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes® (LBLP) Research Project at the Idaho School for the Deaf and the Blind (ISDB)

A girl listens to an audio book.

E-Books

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