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Ideas for Engaging Children During Summer Road Trips!

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As TVIs we frequently adapt tests for our students. I was recently given a first grade end of year test to adapt.   I reviewed each image, as part of...
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This file folder game is designed to give students with low vision practice with braille punctuation, using the theme of Finding Nemo. Each fish or...
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Finding Nemo braille punctuation

Posted by Julene Fitch

I am not able to follow the link for the Finding Nemo braille punctuation article or file folder game. The message is that I do not have authorization. Can you please email the information for this activity? My email is jfitch@elkhart.k12.in.us

Previous comments for Ideas for Engaging Children During Summer Road Trips!

Charlotte Cushman commented on October 14, 2016

Hi Julene,

Unfortunately we had to take down that post because the images are copyright protected.  It is available for $1.00 on Teachers Pay Teachers.

Charlotte

Julene Fitch commented on October 14, 2016

I am not able to follow the link for the Finding Nemo braille punctuation article or file folder game. The message is that I do not have authorization. Can you please email the information for this activity? My email is jfitch@elkhart.k12.in.us