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Abby Diamond, girl detective who is blind

Abby Diamond Enterprises

Materials for teaching children who are blind or visually impaired, including those with additional disabilities.
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Comic Book for the Blind

Tactile comic book uses embossed circles to tell a story
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Blog on Blindness

New blog on blindness, including braille teaching strategies, cane travel, and other resources for TVIs and related service personnel working with students who are blind or visually impaired
Fingers reading braille

Braille Resources for the New TVI

Braille resources for new TVIs or a refresher for other professionals and families, including braille music, Nemeth, braille cheat sheet, braille readiness grid, and braille rules
Frances Mary D'Andrea with her cat

Assessment Webinar with Frances Mary D'Andrea

Webinar on assessment and monitoring of braille skills
Two girls read a braille book.

Register for Free Braille Books!

Register for free braille books!
World Braille Usage

World Braille Usage

Third edition of World Braille Usage attempts to document the current state of braille around the world.
Screenshot of panel from Braille Summit

Proceedings from First-Ever Braille Summit

Video recording from the Braille Summit, held at Perkins School for the Blind June 19-21, 2013.
Hands reading braille

Life Through My Eyes

Blog by 10-year-old boy who is visually impaired, who shares thoughts on braille

Best Practices for Braille Training (DARS)

This 45-page document highlights best practices for teaching braille.
Department of Education Seal

Guidelines from OSEP on Braille Instruction

Guidelines from OSEP on braille instruction for students who are blind or visually impaired
Cover of Stir It Up

Summer Fun from NBP!

Recipes and cooking techniques for children who are blind or who have a visual impairment. Also ideas for science projects for blind students in second to fifth grade.
Froggy Learns to Swim

Froggy Learns to Swim

Froggy Learns to Swim is the June 2013 Book Selection from National Braille Press
APH logo of early braille trade books

Early Braille Trade Books

Information about a database to select early braille trade books for young braille readers
Braille text

Pre-Braille Assessment

This pre-braille assessment is designed to help teams to determine when students are ready to learn braille.
Young girl uses a brailler

Braille for My Baby: Six Things You Can Do at Home for Your Young Blind Child

A mother shares tips for helping her young daughter learn braille.
Sustaining braille proficiency

Sustaining Braille Proficiency

Online professional development to sustain braille proficiency
tactile drawing board

Homemade Tactile Drawing Board

Directions on how to make a tactile drawing board for children who are blind or visually impaired
Braille Uno cards

Games to Reinforce Braille Skills

Braille games to reinforce braille skills
APH Tactile Graphics Library

APH Tactile Graphic Image Library

This resource offers a pool of tactile graphic images.