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Braille Design of a Duck

Braille Drawings are a great way to practice braille skills and a fun opportunity to strengthen braille literacy!

Braille drawings are a fun way to practice braille literacy skills!  Students will enjoy this braille drawing of a duck.

  • Row 1: Space 18 times, make “with”, make 1 full cell, make “of”
  • Row 2: Space 17 times, make “with”, make 1 full cell, make “x”, make 1 full cell, make “of”
  • Row 3: Space 2 times, make, “y”, make “his”, space 4 times, make “was”, make “with”, make 3 full cells, make “of”, make “his”, space 1 time, make “was”, make 5 full cells, make “of”, make “were”
  • Row 4: Space 3 times, make “er”, make “of”, make 14 full cells, make “q”, make “f”
  • Row 5: Space 4 times, make “er”, make 14 full cells, make “of”
  • Row 6: Space 5 times, make “er”, make 13 full cells, make “q”
  • Row 7: Make “of”, make “were” 2 times, make “of”, make “were” 2 times, make “of”, make “were” 2 times, make “of”, make “were” 2 times, make “of”, make “were” 2 times, make “of”, make “were” 2 times, make “of”, make “were” 2 times, make “of”, make “were” 2 times, make “of”, make “were” 2 times, make “of”, make “were” 2 times, make “of”, make “were” 2 times, make “of”, make “were” 2 times, make “of”

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