Paths to Literacy

for students who are blind or visually impaired

Braille Art

Easter braille art

Are you looking for fun ways to encourage your students to practice their braille skills?  Try these ideas from Sherry D. Lyle from New Mexico School for the Blind and Visually Impaired.  The designs use braille letters and contractions to create pictures, such as a duck in water, an alien monster, and a large ear of corn.

For more ideas of what to draw with a braille writer, see also Braille Drawings

Let us know what ideas you have for creating braille drawings!

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Posted by Laurie Hudson

Posted on April 1, 2013
Updated on: February 23, 2018

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Charlotte@Perkins commented on April 2, 2013

Try opening the attached pdf: 

It's 60 pages long, so you'll need to scroll through and find the ones that you think would be best for your students.

Laurie Hudson commented on April 2, 2013

What a cute idea, although I'm having a little difficulty finding the designs of the duck, the monster, and the corn.  Do I click on the underlined words, "these ideas?"  Where do I go from there?  Thanks so much.  My students will love this activity!