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Games Can Be Both Educational and Fun!


Turkey jars
This Thanksgiving project was designed for my 8-year-old son, who is deafblind and a braille user to do alongside his younger brother Finn and my...
colorful letters in a pile
Many children enjoy doing word search puzzles.  Finding these in braille might not always be easy, so here’s an idea on how you and your child can...
Spaghetti braille
This file folder game is designed to give dual media learners and braille students a fun way to practice the Dot 5 Braille Contractions for the...


A young boy uses a SMART Brailler as his teacher looks on.
The SMART Brailler is an updated Perkins Brailler that displays, vocalizes, and produces braille based on what a student types. With the built-in app...


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