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Tactile American flag with braille

Tactile American Flag


By Liamsmom | Comments: 0
Grass caterpillar

Grass Sock Caterpillar: Incorporating Literacy Into a Science Project


By Liz Eagan | Comments: 0
Gold sticker

Literacy Tips for Children with CVI: Searching for a Salient Feature


By Ellen Cadigan Mazel | Comments: 4
Configuration of dots

CVI in Practice: Strategies to Develop the Visual Spatial Relationship Related to Writing Letters


By Roxana Cziker | Comments: 0
Cover of joke book

Summer Reading Practice


By Liz Eagan | Comments: 1
Contractions collage

Contracted Braille Reading and Writing Activities


By John Chester | Comments: 6
Cover of Police Officer article

Silly Laws: Teachable Moments Using Critical Thinking and Writing Skills


By Liz Eagan | Comments: 0
Editing symbols

Using Tactile Symbols to Edit Braille Documents


By Liz Eagan | Comments: 2
Tree with leaves

Adapting Images for Early Learners


By Liz Eagan | Comments: 6
Finding Nemo

Finding Nemo: Braille Punctuation


By Samantha Zauner | Comments: 0
Boy riding on a train

All Aboard! Experience Book About Trains


By Liamsmom | Comments: 1
Magnetic configurations

CVI: Spatial Configuration with Magnetic Elements


By Roxana Cziker | Comments: 0
Crayons forming the letter "B"

Creating an End-of-the Year Gift for Teachers


By Liz Eagan | Comments: 0
Braille baseball game

Braille Baseball for Dual Media Learners


By Samantha Zauner | Comments: 0
Teacher appreciation

Operation Teacher (and Nurse!) Appreciation


By Liz Eagan | Comments: 0
Yellow bird cartoon figure

Canary Yellow Is The New Black


By Kristie Smith | Comments: 0
paper in Perkins brailler, scribbled braille interlined with large print words which reads, once upon a time there was a castle. One day a monster came

Braille is Reading and Writing: Language Experience


By jesmcdowellTVIOandM | Comments: 1
Braille peg slate

Using a Peg Slate to Practice Braille Skills


By Liamsmom | Comments: 0
Page of tactile book of There Was An Old Lady

Making "There Was an Old Lady" Accessible


By Pamela Cox | Comments: 0
Braille Mother's Day Coupon

Mother's Day Coupons


By Liz Eagan | Comments: 0

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